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Old   February 7, 2014, 05:53
Default Setup of a turbine stator blade conjugate heat transfer simulation
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Hi!

My objective is to carry out a very simple conjugate heat transfer simulation and obtain a temperature distribution on a stationary blade surface.

1)Blade surfaces and the end walls have been given as adiabatic walls.
2) I have not initialized the solid and fluid domains.
3)I have set a conservative interface flux near the interfaces.

Is it because of the ADIABATIC WALL condition that i am getting a constant blade temperature distribution all over the blade??? I feel there is some issue in my understanding of the numerical setup of the problem.

In the solid domain : heat transfer I have set the thermal energy option . Is it correct?

Please , if possible read it and Guys please point out the silly mistake i am making.


Thanks!!!
mitra
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