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Old   October 14, 2005, 12:18
Default air mixer in a furnace
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Sam Salari
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Hi Currently I am trying to model the effect of propellers in a box type furnace. The idea is that a very simple propeller rotating inside a furnace (box type) will help to increase the uniformity of temperature as well as increase the heat transfer coefficient. I tried to model this problem using fluent with several different methods. But every time I get a different answer, could any one please assist me on this matter?... I do appreciate if you could lead me a few example/tutorial files about this problem.

Thanks, Sam , Graduate student, McMaster University,

Hamilton/Ontario/Canada
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