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Old   April 20, 2017, 11:55
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I would like to see the silicone flow in a aluminium belt with a seep equal to 0.00421 m/s.
in this case i wanted to manipulate a water flow at 2 m/s. I tried with laminar, K epsylone, LES models ; at stready and thansient.

The problem is that my stream line doesn't go in the whole cavity knowing that i wish to know how much time takes the water to through the whole cavity.
I improved the max point without results.

What can i do to see the whole flow ? is my modele selection good ?

I joint a picture

Thanks for yours help.

Best regards.
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