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Old   March 4, 2013, 10:16
Default Problem with inserting a thermal contact resistance in domain interface.
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Hello everyone !

I'm currently working on the heat transfer mechanism of the led chip.

And i'm trying to manually insert a thermal contact resistance between Gallium Nitrid Layer and the silicon substrate layer.

The problem is that if i choose automatic default domain and interface,

I can no longer insert the interface between these two layer ,and i can not input the resistance value either because i always get the message says that the ineterface has already being used .

I know that I should've turned off the automatic domain and interface function .

But it would bring in some tedious work on creating the name selections for every faces inside the led components .


Is there anyway i can use use automatic domain and interface , and still able to insert the value i want !!

I'm new to cfx, Any comments will be helpful !!
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oh! seems like i've found a way to cancel the face that automatically created !!
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