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Chris November 14, 2002 06:26

FLUENT heat transfer

I'm a new FLUENT user, and am still quite familiar with how things work with FLUENT.

I was wondering if anyone had any experience in modeling hot-film anemometers in a probe using FLUENT. I'm at a loss as to how to proceed. How do I introduce these heating elements into the model?

Please help/advise if you can.



Evan Rosenbaum November 14, 2002 16:43

Re: FLUENT heat transfer
Relatively straight-forward. You just model the probe as a solid (a wall) and apply the heat generation as a boundary condition for the wall.

zhhuang November 15, 2002 03:38

Re: FLUENT heat transfer
I do agree to Chris's advice!

Chris November 20, 2002 22:36

Re: FLUENT heat transfer
Thanks Evan. Does it matter which solver I'm using to do this?

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Re: FLUENT heat transfer
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