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Old   February 19, 2013, 11:01
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it is 1.01 ^ 5 or 10.1 ^5 pa?
1.01 sorry, you posted before I finished editing
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Old   February 20, 2013, 18:09
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  1. for the easiest setup, use pressure inlet/pressure outlet boundary conditions. Check that the pressure difference is actually small enough to ensure laminar flow.
This actually did the job. Thanks flotus1 !!!
Seems the problem is if I define inlet as "velocity-inlet", the velocity profile at inlet isn't that of a developed flow, and Poiseuille's law only affects developed flow so that's why I'm getting different results.
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Hello guys.I want to ask something.I am doing my final year project and using SolidWorks for my project.I do not know how to run a flow simulation and where do I start first.Thanks.
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