please help me to do this one. I will email you and send sample picture that i did in solidworks.
What have you tried so far? Where are you running into issues? You can't pose such a vague problem to this forum, there's not much for us to help you with. Have you tried an internal flow analysis?
can you email me? i will give you the details firstname.lastname@example.org
Why can't you add the details here?
how can I simulation the fluid in that case?
Post your problem here. This is a public forum for discussions, and if we can solve your issue it may help others in the future as well.
how can I simulate the fluid in this case?
This seems to me like it would be a better fit for 1D software, something like Macroflow: http://inresllc.com/products/macroflow/overview.html
Are you interested in the actual flow phenomena inside these piping, or just the overall system performance such as pressure loss, heat transfer, etc.? If it's the latter, then I think doing CFD with Flow Sim would be overkill.
Do you have any experimental data?
Have you done any hand calculations?
Try splitting up the domains and do each one separately first.
Seems like a fairly straightforward problem. Have you been through the tutorials?
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