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Old   November 7, 2002, 11:43
Default no-slip BC?
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Tim
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Can anyone give me a hint about how to set a no-slip boundary condition using PIL or VR Editor. I tried to switch off EGWF but PHOENICS always add a PATCH to the solid surfaces with wall functions (GRND2). Is it possible to tell PHOENICS not to add any wall function at a wall when using a two-layer k-e model? Please help!
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