Let me clarify. Gas enters through an orifice labled gas flow. The gas entering through this temperature is somewhere between T1 and T2. T2 is at ambient atmosphere at close to room temperature. T1 is a chamber of fluid flow also at atmospheric pressure at very high temperatures. If the gas enters through the gas flow direction through the orifice at T3 which is between T1 and T2 where will it travel.Can't tell what that is a picture of.
There seem to be three temperatures - T1 seems to be between some rectangles, T2 seems to be to one side (presumably there is a temperature gradient of some kind in there? There is an intermediate T3 which does not seem to appear anywhere.
There is a label "gas flow" apparently along a line.
You need a clearer diagram.
Don't want to give away too much but the blocks are two plates with holes in them acting as a valve. The valve is controlling the flow of molten metal. T3 is close to ambient temperature, but will be slightly hotter than T2 because of some heating while traveling to the injection point. Picture a groove around the center hole of the two blocks that distributes gas at T3 evenly around the hole. Interior of the hole has molten metal poring through it but it is open pore so, I would think it is at atmospheric pressure.What are the four blocks - cutaway of a system of pipes?
Does the interior also have gas in it or is it evacuated?
Is the system in equilibrium before the new gas is injected?
Gas already in the system will want to move away from the center (T1), but there will be some flow inwards. New gas injected at the place specified would tend to move with the ambient flow.
It "up" on the diagram is actually upwards, then the gas at T1 will prefer to exit through the top. Cool air comes in the bottom and the sides.
Not that simple.Could you just explain how the flow of gases work first? Cool moves to hot? Or is it not that simple.