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Old   January 25, 2013, 18:53
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I'm a fluid dynamics master student. I'd like to learn turbulent flow heat transfer CFD, because it will be quite useful for me in the future. Currently I have no idea about what's heat transfer CFD like.

But right now there's only one laminar flow heat transfer CFD project remained in my department. May i ask if turbulent heat transfer CFD methodology is very similar to laminar heat transfer CFD methodology? So that laminar flow conjugate heat transfer CFD experience, skills and learning are also useful for turbulent conjugate heat transfer CFD? Or turbulent heat transfer CFD is much more complex than laminar one?

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