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Old   April 7, 2008, 13:13
Default rotationally periodic properties vs temperature
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Sasha
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Hi. I'm trying to model fluid flow between two rotating cylinders held at different temperatures with fluid viscosity depending on temperature. In translationally periodic flow its impossible due to the flow development. Is it so in rotationally periodic flows in fluent, e.g. if I'll model only a slice and not the whole 360degs. Thanks a lot.
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