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Old   January 30, 2022, 13:25
Default The math behind the Outlet BC
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I'm curious about how the MARKER_OUTLET boundary condition was implemented in SU2 in mathematical terms. Is this statement correct?

The properties do not change while passing through the streamline, i.e.,

(𝑣̅ ∙ ∇)𝑢 = 0; (𝑣̅∙ ∇)𝑣 = 0; (𝑣̅ ∙ ∇)𝑇 = 0; (𝑣̅ ∙ ∇)𝑝 = 0

Some developer can help?

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