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Old   September 21, 2013, 08:53
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Hello my friend.
I simulate one long pipe that fluid ( Gas - Methane) flow in.boundary condition are :
inlet: velocity inlet constant velocity 6.85 m/s
constant heat flux at ambient of pipe that is 23100 w/m2
the reference that i use for validation used the outflow boundary condition for outlet. But when i apply this boundary condition (Outflow) the software make warning that 'Maximum Temp. ex. at ****(some digit.) face'.
be mentioned that flow is fully developed at exit.
please help me
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Old   September 21, 2013, 13:05
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You can ignore this warning by increasing solution limit of temperature in the following address:
Solve/solution controls/limits
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