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Old   March 13, 2009, 06:57
Default Hello, I would like to use
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I would like to use massFlowRate condition for U with buoyantSimpleFoam or buoyantFoam solvers. I would like to simulate heat-transfer from a hot wall(at const T) to colder fluid flowing through the domain. The domain is like a shell and tube heat exchanger, with single fluid having one inlet and one outlet.

Do these solvers support this BC for U? I saw its used by dieselFoam.

Can somebody give me the correct syntax?

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