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Old   February 5, 2002, 11:54
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In Fluent, the default roughness height is zero, which corresponds to smooth walls. When calculating friction factors, what should be used: The Blasius equation for hydrodynamically smooth walls, or the moody diagram for drawn tubing? Or what else?
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