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Old   November 2, 2007, 06:54
Default Incompressible rectangular pipe flow
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Usman
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I am trying to solve a floodplain considering it a pipe with two side rectangles(floodplain) and a deeper middle rectangle(river). Water is flowing through it. Can this problem be solved with fluent. If so which method /tutorial of fluent should i follow. I tried to solve it . Although it converged but results of pressure and velocities are very strange.
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