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Old   February 28, 2003, 21:51
Default How to differentiate 2D-cylindrical and 2-D tube
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If i want to construct a 2D-tube to simulate laminar flow, then how does fluent know this is a tube and not take it as a slit of the same configuration?

--------------------------top layer entrance --> --> --------------------------lower layer

Thanks for any suggestion. Ming

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Old   March 1, 2003, 11:23
Default Re: How to differentiate 2D-cylindrical and 2-D tu
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Hei Mi

You can choose the axisymertic option in the solver definition, to define your computational domain as a tube. The radius of the tude shall define the width of the 2D rectangle.

Best wishes, Varghese
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