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Old   August 14, 2009, 16:18
Default validation for densely packed channel flows
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Hi All
I wish to use IDEAS ESC (Electronic System cooling) for coupled thermal and fluid flow analysis in a densely packed (by heat generating elements) channel flow. The flow is a developing one. Before applying the package for actual application I need to validate it for similar cases. Can anyone provide the validation cases for the same.
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Old   February 8, 2011, 04:35
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I'm working to simulate mixed convection in a horizontal rectangular channel were heat source are placed (like elecrtonic resistance) using FLUENT and I have numerical result for simulation
if u have any idea how to simulate it using any code or program tell me
need my article send to me ur email nd i'll send it to u
see u .
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