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Hi everyone!
I'm simulating a multiphysic situation using CFX. The datas imported belong to a thermal-electric simulation.
The problem is that even if it seems that the coupling works, at the end I dont have the expected value of temperature that I've imported.
Does someone use this kind of simulation? Do you obtain the expected results?? Which kind of boundary conditions do you use?
Please, help me!
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