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Old   October 16, 2006, 04:47
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Hi!I have to calculate the heat transfer coefficient between a moving fluid and a wall.Until now I obtained very high results far from I expected (for water moving in a tube 15 millimeters wide I obtained a convection coefficient of about 10^6 W/m^2K, water velocity was about 5 m/s).Can you give me some advice to set this calculation?How I can check mesh near the wall to obtain correct results? Thank'you to all! Bye
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