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Old   March 5, 2003, 02:35
Default Seting Boundary Condition in Polar
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Uttam Sen
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Dear Freinds:

I want to solve flow over a cylinder. I can set the no-slip on the cylinder surface. I have selected a polar domain. So that free-stream is at some distance. How can set the free stream velocity. As I now have r and theta components.

( I do not want to use a cartesin coordinate)
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Old   March 28, 2003, 06:56
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John Ludwig, CHAM
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Please see the FAQ section of the CHAM Support web pages. Look under FAQ, Data-input, Boundary conditions and sources. If you do not have the access code for these pages, please contact CHAM User Support at support@cham.co.uk and they will sort you out.
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