I have found many cases of fluids entering rigid body motion where the gravity vector is purely down the rotation vector. I am curious if there is a soultion for where the gravity vector is in another direction.
I've attempted to solve this myself for a particular rotation, but it is so fast...
I've seen several examples of using Navier Stokes in a rotating container where gravity is purely in the Z direction. These solutions generally used cylindircal coordinate systems.
I wanted to attempt this problem where the gravity vector does not point purely in the Z direction. (ie...