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Old   June 11, 2005, 06:43
Default UDF for fully developed turbulent pipe flow
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Hi all I have no experience with UDF. I would like to define the inlet boundary condition (velocity inlet)for a fully developed turbulent pipe flow. My case is three-dimensional and not axisymmetric. If anyone has such a UDF and can send it to me, I will be so grateful. Thanks a lot.
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