|October 29, 2013, 06:41||
Thermal boundary implication (constant heat flux)
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I found this quota in a paper, why implementation of constant heat flux is difficult?
"For the thermal boundary condition, the temperature distribution along the pipe wall was specified, based on the data. Although a constant heat flux was applied as the thermal
boundary condition in the experiment, with the present DNS technique it is didifficult to treat a constant wall heat flux condition for spatially developing flow problems"
Thanks for your time
|October 29, 2013, 07:30||
Filippo Maria Denaro
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From this statement is not clear .... as DNS is referred as, the number of grid point in the thermal BL have to be sufficient to impose a Neuman BC.
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