|February 21, 2013, 15:54||
BC - Heat flux through pipe wall
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Location: Birmingham (UK)
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I have to set up the temperature boundary conditions for a hot liquid flowing into a non-insulant pipe.
Let T* be the temperature at the inner surface of the pipe and T0 the temperature at the outer one. A good boundary condition may be constantGradient with value (T*-T0) / k, where k is the pipe thermal conductivity (Fourier formula).
Well, since T* is supposed to wary from point to point, is it possible to define such a boundary condition? If possible, how?
Thank you in advance
|boundary conditions, heat flux, temperature|
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