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Old   October 15, 2010, 07:18
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I have a problem the boundary's temperature (TBC) ...
if I don't fill in the value of TBC , does it have any effect to the simulation?

If I don't set any media(such as copper) between boundary and Flow field,
does the heat transfer normal??

sorry about my poor english
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I have a problem the boundary's temperature (TBC) ...
if I don't fill in the value of TBC , does it have any effect to the simulation?

If I don't set any media(such as copper) between boundary and Flow field,
does the heat transfer normal??

sorry about my poor english
The default for TBC is 0.0. If the boundary is of type 'wall' the 0.0 value will make it adiabatic. If TBC>0.0, then heat transfer is on, as usual.
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