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Transonic Heat Transfer Problem in Concentric Pipe
Posted Thu July 07, 2005 @01:07PM
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Help Desk ejazkd writes "Hello,

I am trying to solve a transonic heat transfer problem in a concentric tube arrangment. I am having a problem in setting boundary conditions and in achieveing convergence.

At the inlet, a mass inlet boundary condition is applied, and on the outlet a pressure outlet BC is applied, which should be when in the transonic domain. But I am bit confused with supplying the pressure values.

Can somebody guide me on how to achieve convergence in this transonic heat transfer problem?

ejaz ahmed"

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