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Old   February 27, 2003, 10:18
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Faruk Selimovic
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I have defined an Iso-surface in xy-plane and want to calculate a wall temperature at y-wall in that point. But Fluent use xy-plane area to calculate a wall teperature probably with a formulae: Q=k(Tw-Tb)A where A is the xy-plane area. Can somebody help me with how to calculate a wall temperature where A is an infinitesimal area in y direction. Thanks!
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Old   February 27, 2003, 12:16
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Faruk Selimovic
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I made mistake whan I said xy-plane, it should be xz-plane of course!
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