Modeling a no-slip flow boundary with an external force field

@article{Goldstein1993ModelingAN,
  title={Modeling a no-slip flow boundary with an external force field},
  author={David B. Goldstein and Robert A. Handler and Lawrence Sirovich},
  journal={Journal of Computational Physics},
  year={1993},
  volume={105},
  pages={354-366}
}
Abstract A novel technique related to Peskin's immersed boundary approach is used to introduce solid surfaces into a simulated flow field. The Navier-Stokes equations permit the presence of an externally imposed body force that may vary in space and time. Forces are chosen to lie along a desired surface and to have a magnitude and direction opposing the local flow such that the flow is brought to rest on an element of the surface. For unsteady viscous flow the direct calculation of the needed… 

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