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Old   February 23, 2016, 11:58
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Hello forum,
I am looking to design a heat exchanger. So the heat exchanger will have 2 bodies , one is a cylinder in which water will be maintained at a constant temperature and into this volume will be inserted a helical coil (2 nd body)through which our fluid (which is to be heated) will pass. What kind of boundary condition should I use for outer body .
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