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Old   April 23, 2001, 04:13
Default head loss due to friction
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hi i'm novice in fluent. i wonder how to include head loss in pipe flow due to some bending, sudden enlargement etc. with pressure b.c. is there any need of modifying some equation. or if fluent is taking care then how.
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