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Old   November 2, 2005, 05:55
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Vinod Dhiman
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I am doing some analysis. I have a slot jet coming vertically downward on a finned surface. The domain is 3-D. Fins have square cross-section, i.e., fluid is flowing along the axis of square cross-section pipes, when pipes are kept at uniform distance from each other. I just need to know what is the Reynolds number above which flow will become turbulent under such circumstances.

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