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Old   August 19, 2011, 02:18
Default how to fit outlet velocity profile
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I am doing a basic laminar tutorial of pipeflow in fluent.i got a outlet velocity check whether it is exactly parabolic or not, i used excel but excel is not taking exact curve.forecasted curve is deviating from curve which is obtained from output please explain how to check the obtained outlet profile is exactly parabolic or not. even in case of turbulent also i am getting the same problem.
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