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Old   April 12, 2007, 06:07
Default Multifluid flow
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Rajendrakumar
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I am simulating a counter current heat exchanger. Two fluid flow in opposite direction and are separated by a wall of zero thickness. When i tried giving that wall as "wall or baffle" stard-cd is not accepting. So can anyone help me out

I am in position not able to give the thickness

My problem is short is "two flow with wall in between and what BC to give "
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Old   April 13, 2007, 04:25
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Kasper Skriver
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How is your current geometry?

Is the wall made of cells giving it a thickness, or

does the two fluid regimes lie right next to each other??

You can only assign baffles to faces and not cells. Otherwise you need to create a solid part as cells between the to fluid regimes. I have not tried this before, but this is my intuition. Maybe some other has done this?

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