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Old   November 26, 2013, 06:28
Default slip boundary condition within an AMI interface
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Hello everyone,

Is it just me that's doing something wrong or the slip boundary condition does not work when used on a wall that is within an AMI interface? All I was able to obtain with the slip condition used in this mode are incoherent results. Any comments?


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