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Old   August 12, 2002, 03:42
Default Compressible slip flow in microchannel by FEMLAB?
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Sander Nagoo
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Dear sir:

I have some questions about FEMLAB! Please suggestion me!

(1) I try to simulation the slip velocity in compressible microchannel flow, but the slip effect not occurs! Please suggestion me how to set the slip velocity on the wall by FEMLAB.

(2) I set a constant value to velocity at inlet. But the velocity profile is not correct. It looks like parabolic. Please suggestion me how to set the uniform flow at inlet by FEMLAB. Please suggestion me! Thank you very much!

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Sander Nagoo
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Old   September 10, 2002, 03:05
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Have you got the suggestions?
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Old   September 10, 2002, 04:39
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Dear Mudathir:

I'm sorry, nobody answer me yet! Could you suggesting me!

Bset regard Sander Nagoo

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