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 flow1025 December 10, 2009 06:39

two flow heat tranfer in the simple heater

Hellow, all.

I want to see a simple heater. I try to set its, but always get "failures".

I set the flow 1 is water, the flow 2 is air.
The water flow in a cupper tube, and air flow outsize.
The air doesn't mix with water.
Both they have velocity, the axis of air velocity is Z , the axis of water velocity is X.
Air temperature is higher than water.
I set one block for this system, should I?

Does someone can solve this problem ,or have better ideal and method?

Thank you.

Sorry, I have poor english.

 MuxaB December 31, 2009 20:45

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 Originally Posted by flow1025 (Post 239439) Hellow, all. I want to see a simple heater. I try to set its, but always get "failures". I set the flow 1 is water, the flow 2 is air. The water flow in a cupper tube, and air flow outsize. The air doesn't mix with water. Both they have velocity, the axis of air velocity is Z , the axis of water velocity is X. Air temperature is higher than water. I set one block for this system, should I? Does someone can solve this problem ,or have better ideal and method? Thank you. Sorry, I have poor english.
Sounds reasonable. Are you resolving the tube thickness all right so that the fluids do not mix? What kind of failures do you get?

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