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Default 2D viscous layer in Salome. (Flat plate simulation)
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I recently made the switch to Salome and I am having issues creating the viscous 2D layer necessary to capture boundary layer effects for a fluid flow simualation.

I have a rectangular domain with the lower half face serving as a wall.

How do I create the viscous layers directly above the wall for 2D meshes?

I tried doing it the same way for 3d meshes but clearly I'm doing something wrong as the viscous layers do not form.

N.B. I've done something similar with a 'stepped' flat plate and i didn't have the issue but it was in 3D.

I look forward to hearing from you.


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