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Old   August 25, 2004, 00:47
Default Laminar and Tubulent model
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Dear Sir,

I would like to know the temperature diffrences of the results between laminar and Turbulent model in the Electoric Cooling system.

One author says that Tubulent model is not need in the electorical cooling systrem because the length is always short to implement the tubulent model.

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