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Old   February 12, 2007, 12:10
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Emanuele De Bonis
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Hello I must model an electric resistance inside a oven. The resistances reach the temperature of 1000 K. How can I consider the radiation effects in the model? I have selected the fixed temperature condition ( 1000 K )in thermal condition in the wall panel for the resistance, and i have actived the P1 radiation model. Should it be correct ?

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