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Old   April 14, 2009, 05:23
Default Turbulent pipe flow
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Hi guys.

I am beginner in CFD. I am having problem here. I want to simulate turbulent pipe flow in any case. The problem is, I dont have a reference that i can understand well. Need your help to provide me simple reference for turbulent pipe flow. I only start to use Fluent and Gambit just recently. My plan is to re do what ever case in the references n compare my result. Please, i seriously need your help here.

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