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Old   January 25, 2006, 06:22
Default Flow in a Pipe having protrusion inside it
Hari Analakkat
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plz help me regarding the flow & heat transfer modelling for a pipe having a protrusion inside it.

pipe is cylindrical and the protrusion is a cylindrical piece(sensor is mounted on the pipe).Assume the flow is laminar.which all terms can I neglect in the general Navier-Stokes equation for cylindrical coordinate.?

also plz give me the procedure for getting wall heat transfer coefficient once the flow is solved.

if not posssible to reduce the terms , plz suggest me best and easier FDM scheme for solving this 3-D flow model
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