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REZA February 15, 2006 16:50

defining thermal boundary condition???
 
Hi for the thermal boundary condition of a warm cylinder placed inside the wind tunnel with low thickness which one gives a better results? 1. two walls with the thickness of zero? 2. one wall with an appropriate thickness? in this situation will the mesh change? thanks

Seyed Farid Hosseinizadeh February 15, 2006 22:13

Re: defining thermal boundary condition???
 
Hey Man, Could you pleas say what is boundary conditions? I think it's related to your boundary condition. Best Regards, Farid,


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