# Solid Boundary Condition

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 January 11, 2002, 05:05 Solid Boundary Condition #1 zhanglei Guest   Posts: n/a I am working on a computation in which solid boundary condition should be used. Because several layers of ghost points will be added artificially on the boundary, I wonder how to determine their values according to the known values of the flow field. p.s. My problem is about compressible inviscid flow. Any comment is welcome! Yours Sincerely Zhang Lei

 January 11, 2002, 07:31 Re: Solid Boundary Condition #2 John Guest   Posts: n/a I don't know what method you used. In general, you have discretised equation look like: A_cell * PH_cell = sum (A_neighbour * PH_neighbour) + source For solid cells: just set A_cell=1.e+25 (a big number) and source=0. so that the solver will give PH_cell=0. You have to treat the boundary between these ghost cell and real fluid cell as proper wall.

 January 11, 2002, 08:27 Re: Solid Boundary Condition #3 Paul Guest   Posts: n/a Hi, Seems that you are dealing with compressible Euler system or something similar. If that's the case, solid boundary should be reflective boundary. Hence, you just inverse the velocity perpendicular to the boundary and keep all the other values.

 January 11, 2002, 14:03 Re: Solid Boundary Condition #4 sprasaath Guest   Posts: n/a respectful li, hello i am prasaath from india. i am a mechanical engineering student. do u have anything to say to me as i know very little about CFD . mail me back. yours sincerely s.prasaath

 January 12, 2002, 18:27 Re: Solid Boundary Condition #5 Johnix Guest   Posts: n/a Ask Jamson ... Hu ...

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