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Torsten Hennig

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Re: analytical solution laminar flow in rectangular microchannel
Posted: Dec 4, 2012 7:14 AM
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> Seem promising.Thanks.
>
> x_array: Array of coordinates of x-position in the
> channel
> y_array: Array of coordinates of height positions at
> the channel entry
> velocity_array: Array of velocities at the height
> positions at the channel entry
>
> How should I define x_aray? Can I define as
> x_aray=[0:10:100]?
>
> Best regards,
> Anne


The elements of "x_array" should have mutual distance at
least max(y_array) such that no overlapping of the velocity vectors at different x-positions occurs
(or you have to scale y_array by a fixed constant).

Best wishes
Torsten.


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