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Old   February 17, 2022, 09:24
Post Implemanting Navier slip boundary condition in ansys (fluent)
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I'm trying to simulate a sloshing problem in which there are 2 immiscible liquids(multiphase VOF model) and at their interface, I want to apply the Navier slip boundary condition. There is a sinusoidal perturbation in x-direction as Asin(wt) so velocity will become -Awcos(wt) in the x-direction and in the other direction it's 0. So if anyone has any idea then please tell me the steps to do it.

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ansys, fluent, multiphase, volume of fluid.

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