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I'm using Comsol v.3.4 to model a 1-meter copper rod experiencing a Temperature change of 294 Kelvin (4K at bottom and 300K at top). I have a slow computer/connection to the server, so I can't see any 3-D images or the Temperature plots. I'm working in the axial symmetry (2-D) space dimension.

I think I am doing this(Conduction) correctly, and now I need to add the convection portion of the problem. It is being cooled by Liquid Helium Gas. How do I go about doing this? Do I just change the boundary conditions of the outer surface?

Appreciate your time,

Mike

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# Modeling Heat Transfer with Comsol

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