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Old   December 6, 2001, 21:30
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hi there, i'm solving for the flow along a curved (180 degrees) rectangular duct. i wish to know, for such geometry, what is the maximum Dean number and the corresponding curvature ratio that has been solved (from the inlet to the duct outlet, probably the flow is not fully developed even at the outlet for large Dean number.) thanks in advance. regards, yfyap
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