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Old   March 17, 2008, 09:29
Default diffuse fraction
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Tine
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hi,

I'm working with the radiation model DO. In the boundary conditions, you have to give a diffuse fraction. This is default 1, which means that all the radiation is reflected diffusely. If I change this diffuse fraction to 0.5, the result is that everything is cooling down below my initial temperature. There is no cooling source, only a irradiation beam. Any idea what can cause this cooling?

thx, Tine
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