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flattie April 1, 2009 12:08

Monte Carlo Option Not Available
 
For some reason I can only select Discrete Transfer, Rossland, P1, and None for a radiation model. Monte Carlo is not available. Any ideas why? I want to use Monte Carlo.

Thanks!

radiationthesis April 2, 2009 03:10

Can you give some more info on your domains- fluid/solid/porous?

flattie April 2, 2009 11:01

Thanks.

I have a fluid domain - air. On one side of it are 2 solid domains in series. Think soil, concrete, air... I want to use a directional source like tutorial 17 in the manual.

Sincerely,

Craig Hildreth

stumpy April 3, 2009 20:44

The Monte Carlo Model is not included in the basic capability solver - you need an additional licence key.
Mike

flattie April 4, 2009 14:42

Thanks. That makes perfect sense. Is there any way one could use a directional source with the discrete transfer model ala how Tutorial 17 goes? I am trying to model solar heating of a roadside electronics cabinet.

I appreciate all the responses. Thanks again!

ahlo7 December 10, 2010 20:06

Radiation Not function
 
Hi,
I use CFX 10.0 to try the radiation part in tutorial 17. I don't have Mont Carlo model as indicated in the in tutorial. My problem is that I can select the radiation Multiband or P1 model for fluid domain, but I can not create a radiation source for the two windows. (I can not find the add-new-source icon as indicated in the manual). Is there any one can help?

Or, is it possible that the radiation parts not included in the basic license as well? I knew Mont Carlo model need a specific license.

Thanks

Ahlo


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