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Old   May 1, 2010, 11:51
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Dear all,

I modeled a very simple flow in microchannels to investigate if the hydraulic diameter for non-circular cross sections is a good approach for finding the pressure drop or not.

I realized that it is not a good approach. Does anyone know why?

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cross section, fluent, hydraulic dimaeter, microchannels, pressure drop

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