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Old   October 13, 2015, 05:24
Default Flow past a porous cylindrical shell in 2D
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Hi. Not sure if I posted this in the correct place, but I want to do a project on flow past a porous geometry, e.g. a cylinder or square, with wall thickness close to 0. The inside of the geometry should have the same fluid properties as the outside. I was hoping to be able to calculate the forces upon such a geometry, to compare it with my own computations using potential theory. Is it doable?

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