|May 8, 2012, 09:29||
ys/R term in pipe flow: cfd validation
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I am working on a cfd validation case. Pipe flow.
I try to extract experimental data from this Princeton Uni. web-site:
You can see that there are ys/R and rs/R terms in the text file.
Do you have any ideas about what they are? How should I use them?
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