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Old   September 25, 2006, 09:32
Default No shear condition on a pressure boundary?
Christopher Kent
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I was wondering if anyone here has figured out a way to get fluent to solve a pressure boundary condition (outlet or inlet) and also keep the shear equal to zero (certain velocity derivatives =0). I am trying to develop a mesh deformation method for free surfaces. Before you ask, I know about the VOF and have used it but I am trying something different and need a way to solve these combinations of BC's.

Thanks in advance, Chris

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