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Suyash26 April 9, 2013 04:16

Heat transfer between solid and fluid
 
hi,
I am modeling the flow in pipe which is surrounded by soil. I am interested in finding the heat transfer between the fluid to soil. But I am not able to see any heat transfer between two medium.
I have created the conformal mesh.I have found out the 'wall-shadow' is formed at the interface boundary for heat transfer.
I am not sure where I went wrong as there is no heat transfer occurring from solid to fluid medium?

lzzmn April 12, 2013 09:38

I think you didn't model it well.

For a good mesh that solid and fluid coupled, there should be a wall and a wall.shadow. If there is no wall.shadow that means fluid zone and solid zone are isolated. No heat will be able to to through the wall.


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Suyash26 April 12, 2013 09:55

Thanks for your reply.
I got the wall and wall.shadow in boundary condition. Still I am unable to find any heat transfer from solid to liquid region.

lzzmn April 13, 2013 10:59

upload your case
 
Upload your case and I will help to check it.

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tumble April 22, 2013 15:59

heat transfer between fluid and solid fluent
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by lzzmn (Post 420297)
Upload your case and I will help to check it.

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Hi all,
I have same problem

Can you help me

thanks a lot

Best Regards...


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