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Old   July 6, 2016, 15:55
Default How to get turbulence along the length of a pipe?
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Hello all,

I have simulated laminar flow in a long pipe with a rotating object in the middle of the pipe (kind of an impeller). After crossing the object, the flow becomes turbulent for a certain length. Now I want to see how much distance does eddies travel along the length of pipe before their complete dissipation. Basically I want to plot any turbulence parameter like Intensity, TKE, epsilon, etc. vs Distance traveled. Is there any plot that can give this information?

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