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Old   May 10, 2006, 12:31
Default A question about Energy terms in fluid
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we all know we can set source terms in fluid boundary condition panel. I am wonder how enery terms works. Does it work as a source term in fluid equations? How does heat transfer between the fluid zone with energy and other fluid zone happen? what kind of heat transfer equation i can refer to? tks
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