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Old   October 11, 2015, 02:26
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i modled a two cubic. inner and another one suuronding of it. small cubic has heat generaion and i nemed it ((in)) .small cubic is solid.
now i have two boundry condion with this name ((in)) and((in:002)).
what is job about it ?
when i have heat generation in a body .what is duity for this boundry condition ??
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