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Old   March 27, 2012, 20:54
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i am in a learner stage for fluent, i have to solve a problem,its a assembly with two tubes, inner and outer tube have a gap of about 5mm,this region has to be maintained at vacuum and flow takes place at inner tube and heat flux has to be given at outer surface of outer tube,can anyoine guide me........
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