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Old   May 17, 2010, 11:59
Default Far-field boundaries
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Hi I am a recent student in the CFD world ! and I knew that to model a problem, I will have to first set the far field boundaries of the domain.
I am working on convective heat transfer from an offshore buried pipe in a porous medium. It is a 2D problem.
So may I know what are the rules of setting these boundaries? how do I start?
Thanx a lot
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