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Old   February 1, 2002, 05:58
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raymond
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I want to calculate the heating effect on the solar radiation through the window to the indoor air in an enclosure. I found in the manual that solar effect is only on the solid surface. How can I define that particular question? Is is nessary to turn on the "thermal radiation" and the "radiation" in the fluid cell type (air)?

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Old   February 1, 2002, 06:57
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It depends, are you modelling the outside of the building too? If the point of entry into your fluid domain is a window then solar radiation will do just fine, passing through the window until it hits a solid wall beyond.

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Old   February 3, 2002, 23:14
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Just as your describtion, I want to simulate the solar radiation through the windows, no outdoor air is needed to simulated. Is that means that i just need to switch on the "solar radiation" button, it will work on the fluid inside the building? Could you say a little bit clearly? Thanks!
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