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Old   March 5, 2002, 04:01
Default Pipe Flow
Ajay S Parihar
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I am computing for the turbulent pipe Flow using ANSWER software. I am very much confused what should be the value of y+ near the wall. As I am getting the normalized value of y+ around 3.12. Is it correct? I have choosen 42x122 grid for the pipe length 317.5cm and pipe dia=3.175cm.
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Old   April 3, 2002, 07:48
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K.Senthil Kumar
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hi ajay y+ depends highly on the model u r using.what model r u using? bye K.Senthil Kumar
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