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Old   July 17, 2013, 08:57
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Hello Everyone,

I am a new user of PHOENICS and I am wondering what the best coordinate is for a geometry including two circles inside a big one. They are not concentric. The problem is a pure conduction problem. I tried cylindrical coordinate however it sounds that when the circles are not concentric this coordinate dose not give a good result (there is a discontinuity in temperature profile at 0rad).
Your help is greatly appreciated
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