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Old   November 26, 2006, 03:43
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Mohammad j
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hi, I am modelling high viscosity fluid flow in small canals. I am studing maximum temrature and heat generation this canals. but in position with maximum velocity( axis of canal) in near outlet, temprature is less inlet temprature. this is false. can you guid me?
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Old   November 29, 2006, 14:15
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Mr.Nantaratn Kananai
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Hi Mohammad

I did it like you , and I found this problem like you. I think you set the outlet temperature with CONSTANT temperature. Now, I found you must set a outlet temperature for file for a parabolic for outlet temperature by UDF.

mail me if you can Mr. Nantaratn
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