|July 31, 2008, 04:04||
Moving boundary with No-Slip wall
I need to impose a velocity on a no slip wall with two components - normal and tangential- with the normal being directed into the fluid fro below. From the results, it looks like cfx does not take the normal velocity at the boundary into account. Is there any way around this. Incorporating mesh deformation is not varying the results either.
Also, is it possible to run a steady state simulation when you have a time variant sinusoidal input at the boundary as stated above.
Would really appreciate some help on this
Kind Regards Rohan
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