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Old   July 15, 2002, 09:34
Default heat transfer through fluids in a pipe in pipe
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hello all,

can any body help me to find the method in Fluent to calculate the heat transfer through two fluids with different temperatures flowing though a pipe in pipe structue(conjugated flow through pipes).

thanks in advance,

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Old   July 15, 2002, 11:14
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Model the structure, let's say tube&fin heat exchanger. Use inlets and outflow for both the fluids with their inlet temperatures. Solve the problem. See the temperature results.

I think you can check-up by modeling a simple two channel Aluminum/steel block with water flowing in the counter flow with different inlet temperatures.

Hope this meets your requirement. Ashu
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