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Old   December 18, 2010, 14:54
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Dear all

I would like to simulate conjugate heat transfer in Fluent, and I make the mesh by using GAMBIT. My model consists of solid and fluid zone , when I imports the mesh into Fluent why the wall shadow is not generated?


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Old   December 19, 2010, 01:12
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If you haven't split the volume and maintained connectivity, this can often happen. Check to ensure the volumes are connected, then give it another shot!

If this doesn't work, post a journal if possible and we'll see if we can help.

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Old   December 19, 2010, 04:41
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If you haven't split the volume and maintained connectivity, this can often happen. Check to ensure the volumes are connected, then give it another shot!

If this doesn't work, post a journal if possible and we'll see if we can help.

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Dear ComputerGuy

My work does not work yet, I need your help please. I'd like you to check where it is wrong but I can not attach file on this Reply (I don' know how to do). Can I send it to you by email and can I have you email ?

my email is: nueng_en257@hotmail.com

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Check your email. Problem fixed.

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Check your email. Problem fixed.

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I already got it.
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Old   April 14, 2014, 07:41
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Hello Computerguy,

I have a very similar problem. I drew my mesh in gambit and read it into fluent 15 and then I face two problems:

1) I cant check my wall to be coupled

2) It seems like Fluent do not understand the interface between my fluid and solid

Case desciption:

I have heat transfer from the surrounding gas into in the two pipes. The fin and pipes are solids. I want to specify a temperature on the inside of the pipes and an inlet temperature for the gas.

I hope you want/can help me with my problem.

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