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Old   April 9, 2010, 03:15
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I am currently using FloEFD to simulate a two stages cryo head. The first stage works at 35 K with a thermic power of 30 W and the second stage works at 4 K with a thermic power of 1W. On these two stages there are materials to generate a supersonic beam.
The results of the simulations are not correct since there are inconsistencies between temperatures and the flux that I should obtained.
Does anyone have experience with cryogenic simulation? Does anyone have advice on cryogenic simulations?

Thanks in advance,
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