March 17, 2023 at 6:55 amArun KumarSubscriber
I want to know the temperature distribution profile of a complex structure made of steel pipes covered with refractory. Refractory is heated up continuosly by hot air flowing across it.
ultimately our goal is to protect my steel pipes from burning to provide sufficient cold air flow through pipes.
please guide how to proceed in this case.
March 17, 2023 at 1:55 pmRobAnsys Employee
From a physics point of view it's a fairly simple conjugate heat transfer problem. The only issue may be the two fluid paths. There are a few tutorials, and the only other complication is whether radiative heat transfer is needed.
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