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Old   May 21, 2013, 22:54
Default What is the difference between "movingWallVelocity" and "rotatingWallVelocity"?
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Hi, all,

Can someone explain the two boundary type, that is, movingWallVelocity and rotatingWallVelocity ? Do they have the same function but different writing forms?


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