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Old   November 2, 2001, 18:49
Default 2D diverging duct simulation
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Hi, I would like to know and access any work done on the 2D or 3D simulation of a diverging duct with varying expanding angles and various inlet Reynolds No.s(can be laminar or turbulent,preferrably laminar) with FORTRAN source code using SIMPLE OR SIMPLE-R algorithm.Not any CFD package simulation.

I would be glad if you can get some information about this.


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