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Old   October 2, 2008, 14:06
Default Heat Transfer Coefficents in Two Resistance Model
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I'm simulating heat transfer in two-phase stratified flow with phase change. I'm using the two resistance model for heat transfer, so I need to input two heat transfer coefficients, one for each side of the interface.

Are the heat transfer coefficients local or averaged?

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Hi Miguel
Did you get any solution for that, I have the same problem with no idea how to set these values
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