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Old   October 17, 2006, 10:01
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artsiom
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Hallo everybody!Can I ask you an advice for my problem. Imagine a rotating solid torus (wheel). The axis of rotation is in the center of it. It's temperature increases with each degree of rotation - from 0 to 360. How can I turn back the temperature to a fixed value for all the cells which pass from 360 to 361. Maybe it is very simple, but It gives me some problems. Thank you very much for any suggestions.
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