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Old   March 25, 2010, 13:20
Default Turbulent flow in a cylinder pipe
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Hi all,

I have a pipe. The pipe consist of two parts. The left part have adiabatic boundary condition, the right part have constant temperature (T=273K). Fluid flow in the tube (Re = 10^5). The left side of the pipe have inlet boundary condition, the right side is outlet. I need to model fully developed turbulent flow in the pipe. How to solve this problem in Star-CD? I need some tips about turbulent parameters for inlet.

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