|February 9, 2016, 11:55||
New fluid mechanics method: forced evolving boundary method
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One novel fluid mechanics method has been developed for FSI. Please refer to
You may find the Blasius boundary layer problem is converted to a set of ODEs and an analytical solution is found for flat-plate boundary layer flow.
The classical smooth flat-plate wall skin friction coefficient is calculated by hand on a page of paper and with a pencil.
For FSI problem, this paper shows we don't need to solve for the whole flow field.
The mathematics in this paper were never used in the classical fluid mechanics and CFD.
We are considering implementing the FEB in a cylindrical flow or other complicated configuration.
Any suggestion or comment is welcome. Any cooperation is also welcome.
Last edited by cfdfeb; February 9, 2016 at 13:25. Reason: add more words to explain
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