|June 24, 2014, 10:20||
Conjugate Heat Transfer Through Multiple Materials
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I'm trying to do a 2D simulation of conjugate heat transfer.
I have a zone of solid cells surrounded by another zone of solids cells that is placed in a fluid flow. I specified a heat source for the inner zone and have coupled wall conditions at all of the interfaces between the solid and fluid zones.
When I run the simulation, there is no temperature variance within the solid zones. The entire solid is at the same temperature even though there is air flowing around it.
Shouldn't I see lower temperatures around the edge of the solid?
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