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Old   February 7, 2005, 12:01
Default HELP ! What is "normalized" heat loss/gain ?
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Does anyone know what FLUENT means by "normalized" heat loss/gain? Normalized respect to what? FLUENT actually uses that "normalized" heat loss/gain to crate the look-up tables in prepdf.

By the way, I tried to read a nonadiabatic pdf file created by prepdf and even though I can see a bunch of numbers, I don't see any lengend. Does anyone know about the structure of these pdf files?

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