# pressure distribution and friction factor

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 March 9, 2006, 22:35 pressure distribution and friction factor #1 Tajul Guest   Posts: n/a HI My full domain is a rectangular channel with x=10 cm long, y=5 cm wide and z=3 cm height. The origin (0,0,0) is in the centre of the inlet boundary. It is symmetric. So I created geometry with x=10 cm long, y=2.5 cm wide and z=1.5 cm height. Origin (0,0,0)on the inlet boundary. Then I used boundary conditions two sides wall and two sides symmetry. I want to find out pressure distribution on the centre line i.e. considering full domain I want pressure distribution on the line y=0 and z=0 and x from 0 to 10. How can I do it? Also how can I find out friction factor? Thanks. Tajul

 March 10, 2006, 04:54 Re: pressure distribution and friction factor #2 Ravi Duggirala Guest   Posts: n/a hi, Use the option surface --> line (for X-y Plot) or surface (for 2D Contour) and create. Now goto display and select the line or surface u want to view. hope it is helpfull to u. Regards Ravi Duggirala

 March 16, 2006, 05:51 Re: pressure distribution and friction factor #3 Mech Guest   Posts: n/a Thanks for your advise but there is no friction factor.

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