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Old   June 24, 2007, 06:08
Default specifyying a boundary layer thickness at inlet
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Fayyaz Hussain ASGHAR
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How can be specify the boundary layer thickness at inlet in case of film cooling problem ? I have used boundary profile for specifying velocity profile, k and epsilon at the inlet, b/c these values can be changed to profile in boundary specification panel.
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