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Dear all,

im modeling a 3D pulverized coal furnace, and (as many) im considering the tube walls has flat surface.

The area reduction its from 1500 m2 to 750 m2.

My question is that if the heat transfer it would be to much compromise with this approximation, considering has boundary condition that the walls are at a constant temperature = saturation temperature.


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