|August 5, 2007, 17:38||
Pressure boundary conditions
First I thought that if you have a boundary condition which imposes pressure only, the velocity at that point is taken as being the same as the neighbouring cell. In fact it imposes
grad(v)*n = 0
near to the pressure (outflow) boundary, but I supposed that for many flows, it's not a problem.
Now I wonder if solving the unknowns for boundary conditions would make the system a little less stiff.
The problem is: I already have 3 equations (Navier Stokes X and Y and continuity) for each cell, as well as 3 unknowns (X and Y velocities and P). I cannot solve it if I have additional unknowns for boundary conditions. The problem for boundary conditions imposing velocity only is the same.
Some people told me to read Versteeg and Malalasekera, but I didn't find exactly what I search.
Any idea ? Thanx in advance
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