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Old   April 23, 2017, 07:16
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Hey , I am trying to do analysis of parabolic trough collector. In that there is a part called receiver which is in shape of cylinder. I have to to study the flow inside that cylinder.

For that I have to assign two different values of heat input to pipe, such as, top half of cylinder will receive 'x' amount of heat and bottom half will receive 'y' amount of heat. I don't know how to assign these different heat inputs.

Any related suggestion , ideas are welcome. Actually need to finish it urgently.

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