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Old   October 18, 2012, 04:57
Question two fluid flow
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I will solve a problem that is a conjugate heat transfer. There are two fluid;

air and water. The flow is cross-flow (unmixed). When I define air as domain

fluid, Phoeics defines density of water the same as air , too. In fact water

enters 60 C and 0.295 kg/s. Air enters 1717 C and 0.011. So , how can I

define this statement ?
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