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Alberto Schroth January 18, 2000 13:33

Oscillating flow in pipe
 
I am trying to model a tube for which the boundaries have prescribed oscillating pressure variations as well as mass flow rates. My working fluid is Helium.

My goal is to understand the flow patterns that develop with the tube due to these conditions.

Can Fluent model this?

Alberto

Kai January 20, 2000 13:37

yes it can
 
yes it can

Volker Pawlik January 21, 2000 10:59

Re: Oscillating flow in pipe
 
yes, it is possible, but with fluent 5 it is necessary to use UDF to model time dependent boundary conditions. In Fluent-4 those boundary conditions are already built in.


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