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Old   April 22, 2007, 17:48
Default Pipe Boundary Layers
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Kieran Hood
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Hi, For a CFX simulation of a duct ive been using the assumption that the walls can assumed to be flat plates, in particular relation to the boundary layer thickness and applying the log-law. Does anyone know if this is correct or are there significant differences between boundary layers on flat plates and boundary layers within ducts?

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