Why can’t I apply flow out boundary condition to the boundary of a multi-material Euler domain at Y = 0 in an axisymmetric analysis?
Tagged: axisymmetric, flow out, multi-material Euler
June 6, 2022 at 9:58 amFAQParticipant
Y = 0 represents the axis of axial symmetry. There is no flow across the X axis due to axial symmetry. Thus flow out boundary condition cannot be applied to the boundary at X axis. User can apply the flow out boundary conditions at the lower I index, upper I index, and upper J index planes in the multi-material Euler domain.
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