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* '''contributor''': Andras Horvath
 
* '''contributor''': Andras Horvath
 
* '''affiliation''': Rheologic GmbH
 
* '''affiliation''': Rheologic GmbH
 
* '''contact''': <mail address='andras.horvath@rheologic.at' description='author'>click here for email address</mail>
 
* '''contact''': <mail address='andras.horvath@rheologic.at' description='author'>click here for email address</mail>
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In this [http://rheologic.net/sites/default/files/pdf/taylor_couette_tutorial-20160913.pdf pdf] you will find a compact description of a well known flow from literature. In this tutorial you will run a simple steady-state simulation, where you can directly compare the quality of your results with literature values.  
 
In this [http://rheologic.net/sites/default/files/pdf/taylor_couette_tutorial-20160913.pdf pdf] you will find a compact description of a well known flow from literature. In this tutorial you will run a simple steady-state simulation, where you can directly compare the quality of your results with literature values.  

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Taylor Couette flow

Taylor Couette Flow.png

In this pdf you will find a compact description of a well known flow from literature. In this tutorial you will run a simple steady-state simulation, where you can directly compare the quality of your results with literature values.

You can download the case files here.

In this tutorial we focus on:

  • case, geometry and mesh setup
  • boundary conditions
  • solution evaluation and post processing
  • comparison with theory and experiments from literature