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Old   March 28, 2013, 08:02
Default Heat Trasnfer around aSphere
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I am doing a CFD simulation of heat Transfer of spheres in a hot fluid ,have to calculate the out let temperature and the problem is meshing with very less number of elements and structured meshing. The thing is I have to mesh the sphere as a concentric form with say 5 element Can someone help me...?? please help me am new to this.... is my email....pls help me
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Old   March 28, 2013, 09:29
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Here is the Image it looks like..but the thing is the geometry is having a point contact so we need to change the contact to surface contact that is we need to alter the geometry,,.and also need structured grid with less number of elements....but I have no clue how to kindly help me...
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