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Old   February 24, 2018, 04:50
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Hi, I am performing simulation of a flow through a pipe. The diameter is 7 cm and length 1 m. In the model, energy is turned on, and turbulent enhanced wall function. The boundary conditions are the inlet flow velocity of 0.2 m s-1, inlet temperature of 300 K, outlet is pressure outlet and wall heat flux of 1000 W m-2. After calculations, the temperature at the outlet is just 300.2 K. Please tell me what am I going wrong?
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