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Old   April 26, 2010, 01:01
Default Two liquids flowing counter current in concentric tube
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Two liquids are flowing counter current to each other in tube without mixing. one liquid (liquid 1)enters from top in inner tube and leave from bottom at 1500 0 C Other (liquid 2)enters at bottom in outer tube and leave at 30 0 C. Both these liquid have differnt properties and doeas not mix.

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