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Old   April 27, 2004, 06:48
Default how to reduce the out let temperature
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i am analysing a problem of flow through duct.the mixture of hot air and cold air from two inlets leads to one outlet which is used for the miller in the milling system.if the temperature is more than 110 the coal in thee system gets burnt.i am getting the out let temperature is 132 degrees centigrade.here i am not allowed to change the geometry.so pls give a suggestion on this pls.
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