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Old   October 1, 2012, 08:01
Default How to give Flow out of the rake
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Hey guys, it might be a basic question but appreciate your concern in answering, I want to Impart the flow from the rake from the downward step of the Backward Step Model, such that I can prevent the formation of vortices from the sharp edges of the Backward Step.
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Hey guys, it might be a basic question but appreciate your concern in answering, I want to Impart the flow from the rake from the downward step of the Backward Step Model, such that I can prevent the formation of vortices from the sharp edges of the Backward Step.

Try to simplify the request friend, possibly with an image of your geometry.
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