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Kunal Jain August 23, 2001 11:31

Pipe Flow
 
A really stupid question. What would be the boundary conditions for a pipe flow except for specifying the inlet flow.

HVN August 24, 2001 02:50

Re: Pipe Flow
 
pressure ?

Rajani kumar August 27, 2001 10:47

Re: Pipe Flow
 
at wall you have to apply no slip conditions. at exit gradient of the properties are zero provided your pipe length is sufficient. i mean fluid is fully developed. are want to treat the flow as axisymmetric?.

are you treating the flow as a laminar or turbulent. which turbulence model u want to use?.

then you to consider some more stuff. by rajani


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