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Old   January 6, 2014, 11:55
Default Rectangular Channel with 60 degree broken ribs.
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I am working on enhancement of heat transfer in a square channel through 60 degree V Broken in line ribs by using periodic, symmetric etc boundary condition. Ribs were placed on lower wall of the channel and symmetric condition were applied for the upper wall. Other two walls are adiabatic walls made of perspex. Ribs are adiabatic and made of perspex. flow field were assumed to be periodic and fully developed turbulent flow. constant mass flow rate were applied.
I am facing problem in meshing and i have tried a concept to tilt the rectangular domain according to rib's orientation will it work. and if it works it will make my meshing easy and what parameter should I take care of because now domain is tilted with a angle (especially mass flow rate and velocity).
If any one have any useful information regarding the problem please help.

Anuj shukla
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60 degree broken, fullydeveloped, periodic, ribs, turbulent

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