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Old   July 8, 2011, 10:33
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I see so many views and no replies.
I think maybe my question is too simple so it is being ignored but for me it is not.
So please let me know your views.

I have an academic structured 3D code solving pressure poisson eqn for N-S eqns for unconfined flow.
I want to solve a laminar 1D flow with that by using
1 cell in x & y axis and 300 cells in z dir.

Is this approach correct?

What should be my BCs with respect to pressure for?
x-y(inlet & outlet)
x-z(top & bottom)
y-z(side faces)

Thanks in advance

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