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Old   January 9, 2014, 17:10
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Need help.

I am modeling a boiler tube for a steam boiler. My customer wants to know what the added DP will when we add additional bends to a pipe system. All he has given me is saturated steam, 1000F and ~2000 psi.

I have been running CFD design for a long time but have never had to do a steam problem.

Any input on how to set up boundary conditions would be greatly appreciated.
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