|May 17, 2013, 15:01||
coupled solver for heat exchanger
Join Date: Apr 2013
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hai, thanks for ur time...
im simulating heat exchanger. can i use coupled solver?
as from user guide, it says; can use large time step size... well im wondering what is the range of time step size can be used..can i use up to 5 to 10 sec as time step size or more..??
|July 28, 2013, 16:13||
Join Date: Sep 2011
Posts: 73Rep Power: 6
There is no general answer for long and short time steps.
If you have an heat exchanging process and you want to know what's happening in the first 1 mm ouf your solid fan, radiator or.... you may need very short time step sizes.
If you are only interested in your stationary final value then a transient case isn't needed (if the model fits).
It is a compromise on calculation time, exactness and your personal requirements.
In simple cases you can run a simulation at two time step sizes and compare the results...
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