|February 6, 2015, 04:55||
Two parts in a domain
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I have a domain that has two parts. Both parts have multiple bodies inside. Fluid (refrigerant gas) enters from the first part, flows to the second part and then exits the domain from the second part. Is it possible for me to impose at the inlet of the second part (hence, the interface between the first part and second part) that there is a pressure inlet and at the outlet of the second part (hence, the outlet of the domain) that there is a pressure outlet? Also, I would like there to be a pressure increase between the pressure inlet and pressure outlet at the mentioned locations.
Also, is heat transfer by convection still possible between parts 1 and 2?
Iím sorry if Iím being very vague when describing my problem, but Iím just trying to explain without going too much in detail. I can post a picture if someone is interested.
Any help would be highly appreciated!
|February 6, 2015, 06:13||
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I don't find out your problem! providing some pic about your question may help us to solve your problem
|fluent, geometry, heat transfer, parts|
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