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Old   February 23, 2010, 23:01
Default How Can I integrate the heat transfer rate on a cross section area
Behrang Asgharian
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In my model, there's a tube. There's heat transfer from left to right. How can I integrate heat transfer rate on a cross section area. I mean something like (1/A)*int(Q_dot*dA)
Other than that How can I get a report for enthalpy and entropy? Or can I do the same integral?
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