|November 2, 2011, 17:22||
How to get "Fully developed flow" at pipe inlet without changing length
Naser Imran Hossain
Join Date: Sep 2011
Posts: 6Rep Power: 5
The title of the post pretty much sums up my problem. How do I get a fully developed flow at the pipe inlet in FLUENT without changing the length of the pipe from GAMBIT? Is there a specific "boundary condition" setting that I'd have to apply? I remember someone saying this in another thread:
Is that the only way of doing this? Or is there another easy way out?
Thanks. Some prompt help will be really appreciated.
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