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Old   December 25, 2015, 15:34
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I am trying to simulate flow in pipe ,
B.C are inlet velocity , outlet pressure and constant wall temperature then constant wall flux.
For T=const. ,How can i determine the thermal length? Is it at dt/dx=0
For q=const. ,How can i determine the thermal length? Is it at dtheta/dx=0, as theta is the dimensionless temperature.
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