Hi All, I would like comput
I would like compute the second derivative of p with respect to x, y and z and also impose a boundary condition that the second derivative of p wrt the normal direction is zero at the outlets. Where should I start? Anyone solved a similar problem? Any help will be very much appreciated.
Thanks all in advance!
volScalarField dpdx = fvc:grad
volScalarField dpdx = fvc:grad(p);
volScalarField dp2dxx = fvc:grad(dpdx);
Would that work? Not tried. I computed gradient of p only.
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