Stationary and laminar incompressible flow in a square cavity (Reynolds number,
Re = 1000). The top of the cavity is prescribed a tangential velocity while
the sides and bottom are defined as no-slip zero velocity walls.
This model is available as an automated tutorial by selecting Model
Examples and Tutorials… > Fluid Dynamics > Flow in Driven
Cavity from the File menu. Or alternatively, follow the
linked step-by-step instructions.
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