|May 28, 2013, 21:50||
Non-Conservative Mass Flow Rate
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I am currently running a simulation with only one inlet and one outlet. I am getting kind of wonky data in the sense that the mass flow rate at the outlet is 45% less than that at the inlet. Is there a good reason that this should happen?
ABOUT MY SYSTEM:
Inlet --->Pipe ---> Smaller Diameter Pipe ---->Original Diameter Pipe----> Split in the system ---> recombine pipe ----> outlet
the split in the system is basically two pipes with equal diameter that form a circle. water goes in, splits, and then rejoins at the opposite side of the circle.
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