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Old   May 23, 2014, 12:33
Default kw VS ke model for natural convection
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Hello folks,

I want to know (based on your experience) for a close domain, which model works better for natural convection?
Based on my search in the forum, as I am dealing with heat transfer and boundary layer, kw should give me better results....is that right?

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