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Seif May 28, 2002 15:28

Ho Could I define the Heat transfer in pipe
 
I need help I just started using Fluent, and here we are using Fluent 5.5. I have difficulties in defining the heat transfer from a hot stream flowing in inside pipe through its wall to coder streams flowing outside the inside pipe...

seif

Bob May 29, 2002 13:27

Re: How Could I define the Heat transfer in pipe
 
I have the same problem , I dealing with concentric pipe fluid flow..any one can help..??

Bob

chiseung May 29, 2002 22:26

Re: How Could I define the Heat transfer in pipe
 
Among below threads, see the title "modeling of coupled problem". As I think, that could be a solution to your situation.

seif June 3, 2002 13:23

Re: How Could I define the Heat transfer in pipe
 
Thanx Chiseung

But I still have a problem; my task ivolve exothermic reaction which should be intiated by a heat from inner pipe inorder the reaction to take place; so according to your suggestion It is not yet clear to me how I can achieve this exothermic reaction in my process....

seif.


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