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Old   July 30, 2014, 01:14
Default changing circle with a square at inlet in Eulerian-Eulerian
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I am trying to model a rectangular sieve tray
my question is that does the shape of inlet has effects on the result in an eulerian eulerian framework?
may I change an circled inlet with a squared one?
I am asking this question because the holes in my modeling are very fine(1.8 mm diameter) so the mesh must be very fine too in order to be able to mesh the circle with a pentagon (the triangle edge should be about 1 mm ) so the mesh is too much fine.
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