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Old   January 24, 2011, 12:16
Default Pipe fluid flow in Workbench-CFX Question?
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Hi, I need to measure fluid flow through a pipe using CFX. I have been assigned to make the geometry have a thickness of 0 but CFX prompts me for a thickness when I do so. Is it possible to perform analysis on a pipe with 0 thickness or should I make it as small as possible and make it an assumption?

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What geometry has a thickness of zero?
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