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Old   April 16, 2004, 07:47
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can any one help me in carifying how to go about this problem ,I am working on modelling of Cooling coils used in Air handling Units ,i have copper pipes (6 rows each with 6 pipes )each row has one inlet and one outlet .The air is made to flow perpendicualr to these copper pipes apart from this we have fins disturbuted on the pipes . My intention is cool the air and try to find the temperature disturbution of the air along the flow direction as well on the fins . can any one guide how to do the goementry along with mesh generation ,and also the type of model i should use , really i am beginer in this field ,if any one cam help me it will better .waiting for any one to respond thank you
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Old   April 18, 2004, 04:56
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u can try the tutuorial problem (heat exhanger) in fluent help manual, i think it would be the exact thing you want to do
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