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Old   July 30, 2010, 17:15
Default Temperature: operating, total backflow!!!!
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dear all,

i will to simulate free convection heat transfer from vertical parallel plates.
the first wall is adiabatique and the second one is at 104 w/m2. the inlet temperature is 25C.
for my simutation i use bousinesq aproximation and for BC i use pressure inlet pressure outlet and walls.

but i dont know how value i put for operating temperature and for backflow total teperature.

please can anyone tell me how values i must take?

I need your help

thank you
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Old   August 3, 2010, 04:55
Default difference between operating inlet and for backflow total teperature!!!!
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What is the difference between operating temperature, inlet temperature and backflow total teperature?!!!
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