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Old   June 20, 2005, 18:53
Default solving the extra equation for 2D problem
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sujath
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Hi all

i'm working on the fully developed fluid flow n heat transfer in spiral finned tube, in this i'm converting the 3D problem into 2D problem in spiral coordinates by using variable transformation. my question is that i need to solve for 3 momentum equations but how to solve the extra equation as it is in 2D case using fluent. any comments is highly appreciated.
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