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Dear All,

I am working on rectangular channel with symmetric condition due to which quarter of the domain considered for study. To calculate surface Nusselt No. Which Value to be used in place of length (dia full dia or the dia after applying symmetry condition) and temperature in REPORT-Reference value????
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