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Old   June 10, 2003, 06:31
Default 45 degree pipes
Amir Habibdoost
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We have two pipes that join to each other by degree of 45. the fluid in two pipes is same.Which method you suggest to solve the problem for swirl flow that happens after mixturing of flow of two pipes??

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Old   June 10, 2003, 12:40
Default Re: 45 degree pipes
Alex Munoz
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I sugguest that you read the paper of Dr Kumar Vinod and Pavithran S (Fluent consultants). Turbulent flow in two dimentional U-ducts a computational study.

All the your questions has been answers on this paper!!


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