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Old   March 23, 2004, 22:19
Default Incompressible flow past a 2D rectangular cylinder
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For incompressible flow (water) past a 2d rectangular cylinder, what should be value of non dimensionalized pressure( if rho*U*U has been used for non dimensionalizing)at the first stagnation point? Rn = 80000
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Old   March 25, 2004, 09:08
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around 1.0
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Old   March 25, 2004, 12:05
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Yep, I think that should be correct. The question is though whether the flow is really 2-D or not? (I asked about this myself a while back, I was talking about much lower RE though) http://www.cfd-online.com/Forum/main...cgi?read=26638

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Old   March 25, 2004, 12:43
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Thanks for the response. The results I am getting from simulation is close to 1. Is there any refrence which gives the theory about this? It would be really nice if I could get some electronic paper or anything related to this.
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Old   March 26, 2004, 11:38
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I don't know but you might want to look for: Zdravkovich, M. M. 1997. Flow around circular cylinders. Vol 1: Fundamentals. Oxford University Press
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Thanks for the response. The results I am getting from simulation is close to 1. Is there any refrence which gives the theory about this? It would be really nice if I could get some electronic paper or anything related to this.
hey I'm working on simulation of convection in a horizontal rectangular channel conatin eat source like electronics compounents using fluent but i'm new in FLUENT
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