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Old   April 15, 2009, 08:02
Question how to simulate plane Poiseuille configuration
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I have tried to reproduce the plane Poiseuille configuration (100*2) m in Fluent, I have to compare laminar and turbulent test case with DNS data.
I have begun with laminar 2D test case (Re_m= 5400), I specified the boundary condition as follows, at the inlet velocity = velocity magnitude = 30 m/s (in x direction), at the outlet zero pressure outlet, at the top and back wall no-slip stationary.
After running, the profil is not parabolic!
Could anybody please explain what went wrong?
thanks a lot.

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