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Old   July 21, 2008, 19:19
Default Urgent HELP:dimensioning a microchannel
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hello everyone,

i am modeling a periodic flow through a rectangular microchannel of 70 micrometers(width).i am kind of novice with regards to fluent and would really really appreciate the answers to the following basic queries: to specify different dimensions for a microchannel i.e. length in mm but height and width in micrometer. to specify the symmetry wall condition.

waiting eagerly for your reply. thanking you all. bose.

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