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Old   November 21, 2016, 08:40
Default How to obtain a fully-developed profile in a inlet? (ANSYS WORKBENCH)
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Hi everybody, I want to obtain a fully-developed profile at an inlet in one system based in 8 small pipes in counter current and Co-current inside in a bigger one. This is the geometry:

I got a developed profile in a velocity value making a periodic condition in the small pipes at the outlet (I have a developed profile in the inlet). But only the velocity. I need to get a fully developed profile of temperture, heat transfer, etc as well. Any ideas?

This is the developed profile of velocity at the inlet:

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