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Old   April 11, 2005, 19:52
Default Turbulence in an Injector
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I am modeling an injector that has 126 holes. I have the inlet mass flow rate, inlet pressure, outlet pressure, and diameters. When trying to solve for turbulence what type of dissipation rate should I use (length ratio, constant, hydraulic diameter). The flow rate is very low so do I still account for the turbulence? Thanks in advance,

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