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Old   January 29, 2013, 06:25
Default Human body modeling cylinder HVAC
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Dear All,

I have a very basic question,please share your thoughts. I am trying to model human body inside a room for HVAC. I will be giving heat flux from the surface of the body. It is a general practise to model human body as a cylinder. But what is the diameter and height of the cylinder that needs to be taken. Please help me out!

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