The numerical solution of problems involving two‐dimensional flow in an infinite or a semi‐infinite channel is considered. Beyond a certain finite region, where the flow and geometry may be general, a “tail” region is assumed where the flow is potential and the channel is uniform. This situation is typical in many cases of fluid‐structure interaction and flow around obstacles in a channel. The unbounded domain is truncated by means of an artificial boundary B, which separates between the finite computational domain and the “tail.” On B, special boundary conditions are devised. In the finite computational domain, the problem is solved using a finite element scheme. Both non‐local and local artificial boundary conditions are considered on B, and their performance is compared via numerical examples.
Patlashenko, I. and Givoli, D. (1996), "Non‐local and local artificial boundary conditions for two‐dimensional flow in an infinite channel", International Journal of Numerical Methods for Heat & Fluid Flow, Vol. 6 No. 3, pp. 47-62. https://doi.org/10.1108/EUM0000000004103Download as .RIS
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