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Old   June 1, 2006, 18:22
Default CHANGING PROPERTIES FOR SOLID DOMAIN (CONCRETE)
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CARL
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Dear all

I need to model a building insulation problem. The question is how to 'type' the concrete thermal properties in the preprocessing stage. CFX only allows for Steel, Aluminum and/or Cooper for solid domains(do not remember if it is cooper or another very well... ), but I need to model other solid material properties.

Any idea how to do it?...

Kind regards,

PS: I know I should use interface boundaries at the air-solid-air interfaces...

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Old   June 1, 2006, 18:55
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You can create custom solids with arbitrary properties in the material library.

Material tab -> Click "Create new object"
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