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Old   November 23, 2019, 22:04
Default increasing pipe surface temperature with increasing axial length boundary condition
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hello I hope you can help me
I need to set the boundary condition for a pipe surface with increasing temperature as a function of axial pipe length(difference temperature with increasing axial length), this will be form buoyancyPimpleFoam if it makes any difference.
Please advise, many thanks!


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