Boundary Layer Flow
Traditionally it has been useful to consider boundary layer flow as a separate category (Table 11.4 and Sect. 11.4). From a computational perspective it is convenient to classify boundary layer flow as a flow for which viscous diffusion is significant only in directions normal to the surface on which the boundary layer occurs (Fig. 15.1) and for which the normal momentum equation can be replaced with the condition that the pressure is constant. For such flows the governing equations are non-elliptic, if the pressure solution is given. This permits very efficient single-pass marching algorithms to be introduced (in the x direction in Fig. 15.1).
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