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Old   April 20, 2021, 07:47
Default Large geometry multiphase flow
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I am studying multiphase turbulent flow in an inlet of an air cooler to get the forces on the pipes , I have a large tube bundle that that have symmetrical pattern and long pipes run (around 38 m) . The full 3d model of such geometry is too complex and time/resources consuming. My question is there any way I can simplify this geometry(e.g take advantage of the symmetry.....etc. ) for modelling using CFX. (Note: initial analysis revealed there is a potential slug flow in this line) (attached snap shot of the geometry)
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