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Old   December 21, 2005, 14:15
Default what is laminar-turbulent reynolds n for exte& int
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what is laminar-turbulent reynolds n for external & internal flow????

plz tell me
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Old   December 29, 2005, 02:50
Default Re: what is laminar-turbulent reynolds n for exte&
Hubert Janocha
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In internal flows it is 2300. I am not sure, but I think there should not be a difference in internal and external flows. So I would suppose it is Re=2300, too.
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