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vExus August 29, 2013 06:43

Multiple initialisation temperatures
 
Hi,
I was wondering if there is a way to initialise solution with different temperatures assigned to surfaces or volumes.
For example: I have a 1 body containing 3 parts. Part no 1 has starting temp. 300K, part no 2 - 320K and part no 3 - 340K. How can I start calculations with these temperatures?

flotus1 August 29, 2013 06:45

You can patch the different initial values to the parts.
The patch option can be found in the initialization tab in Fluent.

vExus August 29, 2013 14:16

Thank you ;]

vExus October 8, 2013 06:18

What if i want to assign different temperatures within one volume?

behrouz April 30, 2016 09:36

how
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by flotus1 (Post 448707)
You can patch the different initial values to the parts.
The patch option can be found in the initialization tab in Fluent.

hey flotus1
patch in standard initialization and Hybrid initialization are the same????
and when try to patch different temperature should choose the part and inter value and click patch and do it for other part????it seem nothing happen:confused::confused::confused:


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