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Old   February 16, 2013, 14:41
Default Reynolds number in the weld pool
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Hello, can we introduce Reynolds number in the weld pool. How much is it approximately? (For plasma arc welding on a plate from 304 stainless steel)

For writing code i should write continuity and momentum equations as
dimensionless equations or it is not necessary?
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