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Old   January 25, 2015, 19:37
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I have a 3D simulation with four gas channels (two inlets and two outlets) as shown in the figure. (The gas channels are the rectangular slots). I have drawn streamlines from one outlet (the slot towards the front of the screen) and this is the figure obtained. So is this streamlines figure representative of the origins of the gas? i.e., I have two inlets and one outlet. The streamlines are drawn from one outlet. I can see the streamlines extend to two gas inlets. So, can I say that gases from both the inlets exit through this outlet?
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