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Old   November 27, 2005, 15:48
Default inflow no slip condition
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About an inflow simulation through a pipe (Vin, Pout, wall, wall)it is possible to see the sinusoidal velocity profile. What if we want to see the profile (actually same as entering)theoretically in the no slip condition?

Boundary condition options let one determine the shear on the walls. Even defining them no slip, we have the sinusoidal profile caused by friction.

The purpose is to calculate the pressure loss. Does anyone has any other approaches or ideas?
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