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Help with Rod Bundle Array Flow
Posted Thu May 12, 2005 @04:53PM
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Help Desk Arnie writes "hi

I have this problem in which I have an array of rod bundles. All of them heated. Cooling water is flowing axially through the array. Some of the rod bundles are not heated but have perforations on their periphery through which more cooling water flows in a direction normal to the main axial flow. I want to know regarding analysis of this problem i.e., how do I proceed towards getting an analytical solution to the problem.

If you have any idea about the influencing parameters, please let me know.

Thanks in advance....
waiting for your response...
Arnie"


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