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Old   September 19, 2022, 04:19
Question fluid flow through a rough channel
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hi guys.

I want to model fluid flow through a rough channel. it's for a laminar incompressible flow. its geometry is like a cube, but its inner surfaces have roughness. roughness is like natural topographies and rock surfaces. one direction of the cube is the inlet, the other is the outlet and I want 3d modeling. geometry size is like 100*100*0.1 mm

which tutorials do you suggest? which way do you think is better for meshing? (Salome, snappyHexMesh, other meshing software)

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