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Old   September 24, 2011, 09:09
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Ali Shefik
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I am simulating a turbulent pipe flow for central heating systems pipework and trying to compare 2d and 3d results. pressure drop between the same points shows big differences between 2d and 3d results. any idea why it is? and also i have calculated the theoretical pressure drop and it is very similar to the 2d result.

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