|October 9, 2008, 23:44||
I need some help here.
I'm trying to model acoustic streaming in a drop when it interacts with a RAyleigh wave travelling on the surface of the substrate on which it sits.
To simulated this, I have enforced the inplane and out of plane (09 degrees out of phase) sinusoidal motion of the substrate as a velocity boundary condition on the flat no-slip surface of the hemispherical fluid domain.
Do you think this is right? I have also incroporated the total energy model for compressibility.
Any advice is appreciated. HELP!!
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