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Hello everyone
i am simulating a 2D thermal conduction using gambit and fluent. my geometry(400mmx5mm) represent lay up(sandwich) of 5 layers(forming one block), with materials
1)aluminium
2)insulation
3)NiCr
4)insulation and
5)aluminium.
i want to apply "HEAT FLUX" to NiCr material. what boundary condition should i use for NiCr?
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