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Old   December 3, 2000, 23:07
Default Force on a plate
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Does anyone know how to write boundary conditions for the following situation: viscous incompressible fluid over infinite plate, and a constant force F acts on the plate in the direction parallel to the plate. May be you know self-similar solutions for this problem?

Thanks a lot, Serge
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Old   December 5, 2000, 23:40
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hi there. the particular conditionis disscussed in CFD by john anderson. areference can be made therein. please tell me if your doubt is cleared. cya
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