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Old   October 17, 2011, 17:20
Default pressure correction for axisymmetric 2d navier stokes
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I have a code in matlab that I have adapted to compute the velocity field of a droplet moving between two parallel plates. It is pretty much a lid driven cavity problem except the lower boundary has the same boundary condition as the top. I assume that the droplet is rectangular and use a staggered grid.

Now I need convert this code so that it will compute a droplet moving in a pipe, but i'm not sure how to perform the pressure correction step. Does anyone have experience doing this or have a sample code that I could look at? Thanks
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