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Old   July 19, 2011, 07:51
Default cfd modeling of a relieving gas into air by fluent
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have anyone any experience on modeling of a gas passing through a flare tip in height of about 320mm and vent to atmosphere . gas is ethylene with inlet velocity of 115 m/s to tip at temp. of 231 K and wind velocity is 20m/s? i wanna model it using gambit and fluent but dont know how to do it?
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