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Old   August 20, 2009, 09:35
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I am doing heat transfer analysis inside the tube. i modeled cylindrical domain and analys the problem then i though of inserting plate (insert) in tube to enhance heat transfer so i modeled tube with insert in three ways... 1. cut the portion from tube2. frozen the strip and 3. freedge the strip but non of that is giving me idea to define region...lioke inlet,outlet,outerwall,strip but while solving problem it gives error of more parameter and not permitting me to solve... how to move ahead...
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Old   August 20, 2009, 19:39
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Post the output file.

This sounds like a straight forward simulation. Have you done the tutorial examples? Tutorial 16 (the heating coil one) should be relevant to what you are doing.
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