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The axisymmetric form of the Navier-Stokes equationshello. I am an undergrad student and i needed help regarding how to deal with a cylinder with a rotating endwall problem set which comprises of my final year project. It has The axisymmetric form of the Navier-Stokes equations, in cylindrical coordinates and is formulated using the stream function vorticity method.
i have formed difference equations using second order difference schemes but i have no idea how to deal with the "r" terms that appear in them (r being the non-dimensional form of the cylinder radius). Any guidance will be just awesome. thanks |

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