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Old   June 10, 2005, 06:36
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i have modelled a cylinder with rod bundles inside. The model is as follows


[www rod bundles ww]

[wwwwww are wwww]

[www placed wwwww]

[www inside wwwww]

inlet----> wwwwwww]





First let me explain the shabby pic i have made. Its a tank which shows the inlet, outlet and blockage. Brackets are the computational domain. wwww indicates water.

Inlet area is much smaller than Outlet. I give a velocity of .002 m/s at inlet, but outlet velocities are much higher: around 10 orders of magnitude higher! How is this possible? I have used elliptic staggered.
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