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pomelo October 9, 2009 09:14

Flow blowing through a hollow tube
 
Do you know any papers or methods talking about flow blowing through a hollow tube? :confused: The model is similar to poiseuille flow but there is an angle between the axis of the tube or cylinder and the flow direction. Thank you for the help.

Ahmed October 9, 2009 10:43

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Originally Posted by pomelo (Post 232022)
Do you know any papers or methods talking about flow blowing through a hollow tube? :confused: The model is similar to poiseuille flow but there is an angle between the axis of the tube or cylinder and the flow direction. Thank you for the help.

1- Explain what you mean by flow blowing
2- By definition, all tubes (pipes for larger diameters) are hollow
Good luck

pomelo October 13, 2009 09:11

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Originally Posted by Ahmed (Post 232037)
1- Explain what you mean by flow blowing
2- By definition, all tubes (pipes for larger diameters) are hollow
Good luck

the problem is like this, i just want to have an estimation of the forces acting on the tube


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