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Wall boundary conditions are used to bound fluid and solid regions. In viscous flows, the no-slip boundary condition is enforced at walls by default, but you can specify a tangential velocity component in terms of the translational or rotational motion of the wall boundary, or model a "slip'' wall by specifying shear.
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The performance of a single expansion ramp nozzle (SERN) drastically declines on over-expanded conditions. A numerical code can accurately predict nozzle performance in the over-expanded state, which is crucial for the SERN configuration design. A Reynolds-averaged Navier-Stokes (RANS) simulation of the SERN jet in an over-expanded state was performed to verify the numerical performance ...
The v2-f turbulence model describes the anisotropy of the turbulence intensity in the turbulent boundary layer using two new equations, in addition to the two equations for turbulence kinetic energy (k) and dissipation rate (ε).