# Can Fluent 6.0.20 predict this problem right?

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 March 5, 2003, 09:07 Can Fluent 6.0.20 predict this problem right? #1 Yazid Bindar Guest   Posts: n/a Dear All Fluent Users? I would like to invite the Fluent Users to run the following 2D problem on FLUENT 6.0.20 (6's). After you get the result, you post it your comment in this user discussion group or you and me can discuss it personally. Here is the problem? |--------------------------------| | f | d| | g |--------------------------------|--------------| b| | | |--------------------------------|--------------| a| | | |--------------------------------|--------------| c| | | |--------------------------------|--------------| e| | | | |--------------------------------| Lengths of edges a = 0.1 m (Inlet 1): Velocity Inlet b = 0.15 m (Inlet 2): Velocity Inlet c = 0.15 m (Inlet 3) : Velocity Inlet f = 12 m (wall edges) g = 3 m (wall edges) Boundry conditions U (Inlet 1) = 17 m/s (normal to the edge) U (Inlet 2) = 2 m/s (normal to the edge) U (Inlet 3) = 2 m/s (normal to the edge) Models: Flows only with Standard k & epsilon I used turbulent kinetic energi intensity 6 % and hydrodimanic diameter (0.1 m, 0.15 m and 0.15 m) I run it and I got the solution. I would like you to try it and we discuss the result. PLEASE DO IT with FLUENT 6. I did it with Fluent 6.0.20. Good Luck Yazid Bindar Chemical Engineering Dept., ITB, Bandung, Indonesia

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