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Old   June 17, 2010, 06:03
Default Air flow in a pipe
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Hi,

I have a very simple 2D Case with 1 inlet and 6 outlets. but I think the results of the Simulation are far away from reality.

Here Are my files can someone help me?

http://www.gmx.de/mc/KrpsZiKKrJlM9lvJJrF48tiebHO0xl
and then klick "GMX Mediacenter starten"

At the inlet there are 1.7 bar. the outlets have ambient pressure.
The inlet Temperature should be 20C oder 293.15K.
The velocity in an out streams are not known.
The Wall should be steel at ambient temperature of 293.15K

After the simulation I have over 400K in the pipe.
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