how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent?

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 December 28, 2005, 13:51 how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #1 JORDI Guest   Posts: n/a I have to model a very long thin pipe. I have modelled and meshed a long thin rectangle but now i'm stopped because i don't know how can i define the width of the pipe. thanx a lot in advance

 December 28, 2005, 16:56 Re: how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #2 Ahmed Guest   Posts: n/a reference values (report)

 December 29, 2005, 08:18 Re: how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #3 JORDI Guest   Posts: n/a thanx a lot ahmed, but now i only have to change de depth value and leave the other reference values? i don't understand how this reference values work. thanx again for your help-i need it

 December 31, 2005, 00:53 Re: how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #4 Shiju G.Thomas Guest   Posts: n/a Hello jordi, First of all if u r trying to model a cylindrical pipe, the best 2d representation is axi- symmetric. Because a rectangle in 2d does not represent a cylindrical pipe.

 December 31, 2005, 05:47 Re: how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #5 JORDI Guest   Posts: n/a oh sorry, i'd like to define a flow between two plane parallell surfaces, to analixe the pressure loses due to viscosity. so i need to model a rectangle with only two walls and an inlet and an outlet. what shall i do? thanx in advance

 December 31, 2005, 06:05 Re: how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #6 Shiju G.Thomas Guest   Posts: n/a Yes... then u can do that in report/reference value/depth... hope this helps .

 December 31, 2005, 07:45 Re: how to define a depth of my 2d mesh in fluent? #7 Ahmed Guest   Posts: n/a No No, construye un volumn en Gambit y mallalo

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