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Old   April 20, 2011, 07:41
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Hi Valued Fluent's Users
I want to model supercritical uniform flow in a channel with following descriptions:
slope : 5% all over the channel
Manning Coefficient: 0.0097
Cross Section: Rectangular with these dimensions 10*0.25*0.1 in x,y,z directions.
x velocity: 1.923 m/s
depth at inlet: 3.02 cm
any help is appreciated.
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