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Old   July 1, 2004, 00:26
Default 2D Transient flow using Fidap
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I am studying 2D Channel flow using Fidap... I have been used Fidap for a couple of weeks, so I am still a beginner. My problem is the following and the fluid is water.


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inlet ____________ __________ outlet


I have solved 2D transient flow already, but I don't know how to check the results. Furthermore I don't know whether the input parameters are right or wrong. I was consulting only the Fidap manual and examples. I used
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