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Old   May 6, 2010, 08:29
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Hello all,
I 'm relatively new to ANSYS CFX, so maybe it's a silly thing but I was not able to find anything related to the following problem:
How can I insert a table of values for different conductivities at different temperatures? Do I have to use CEL syntax and if yes where can I find any example and manual?
I can toggle only value option under transfer properties, unless I don't define a table from the beginning.
Thank you very much , Igor
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This is all covered in the tutorials. Make a 1D interpolation function (or define your CEL expression somehow) and then refer to that CEL expression in the material property.
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