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Niels P. KruytEngineering Fluid Dynamics, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Twente, P.O. Box 217, 7500 AE Enschede, The Netherlandsn.email@example.com
5th International Symposium on Pumping Machinery, 2005 ASME Fluids Engineering Division Summer Meeting and Exhibition, 19-23 June, Houston, TX, USA
CFD for pump design: a magic bullet?
Pump CFD - performance prediction
Determination of flow:
Pope (2000); Bradshaw (1996)
Re = 107:
L = 25 cm; d = 0.4 cmL = 9.8 in; d = 0.1 in
Craft et al. (2002); Pope (2000)
van Esch & Kruyt (2001)
Turbine draft tube flow; Engström et al. (2001)
DLR F6 wing/body study
Westra et al. (2005)
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