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Old   November 18, 2003, 11:24
Default Heat transfer in the pipeline
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Leila
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Dear Roozbeh the flow I have in mind is under high pressure which is conventional for transmission lines i.e 300-1700 psig so it does not satisfy ideal gas state. and there are still many other questions unsolved, one of them is: can Fluent consider joul-thamson effect which plays an important role in cooling the gas or not?

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