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Old   April 26, 2011, 08:59
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Hello everyone.

I have a question about heat transfer between two solid domains. I need to compare two cases. First one with no heat transfer between two domains and second one with heat resistance on the surface.
Is it right when I don't check the box in "additional interface model" (heat transfer) and no heat transfer is desired??

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The default for the interface is ideal contact. What the additional model does can be seen, when you play around with the options.
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