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Old   October 5, 2012, 02:39
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Hi all;I need your help.
I simulate natural convection between 2 verticals parallels flat plates the BC are the first wall is haeted and the second is kept adiabatic , at hight Ra number after simulation the second wall become heat the plot of the temperaure of the second wall in the exit is n't constant see fig.
I do n't know is this is true or not
My problem is how can i draw the continuis plot of this temperature?
the flow is stationary and laminar.
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