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Old   April 7, 2005, 02:20
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hi to all

i am doing my project in laminar bouyant and non-bouyant vertical wall jets. my computational domain , 1) rectangular computational domain size (0.5m*2m) 2)jet width is 0.05m. 3)jet develops tangentially to the vetical wall of size 2m 4)for different wall boundary conditions i am doing the solution,like 1)isothermal wall,2)uniform heat flux wall3)adiabatic wall. in fluent the boundary condition applied as below 1)bottom side up to 0.05m thickness velocity inlet boundary and remaining length (0.45m) pressure outlet codition. 2)right and upper side of the domain,is pressure outlet. 3) left side wall boundary is subjected to isothermal condition.

please any body tell me what is the maximum length upto which jet develops.



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