|January 23, 2010, 04:08||
Secondary flows in a curved pipe
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How can I calculate the magnitude of secondary velocity in a curved pipe?
Iíve tried this using Custom Field Functions like below
Secondary velocity = sqrt(tangential velocity^2+radial velocity^2)
And then, I checked the value through Area-Weighted average (surface integrals)
But the results were much bigger than I expected.
Can anybody tell me what is the problem?
Many thanks, Min
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