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Old   December 8, 2008, 11:12
Default Anisotrophy and Axis Origin properties - HELP
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Hi,

Could anyone help me and explain what the Axis Origin means?

I need that for anisotropic materials ... I use 2D Axisymmetric Swirl Model along x and y axes.

For anisotropic material properties I use as thermal conductivity: Cylindrical Orthotropic Thermal Conductivity...

How should that be set, I mean, Axis Origin and Radial and Tangential conductivities if in x-direction I have 200 w/m-k and in y-direction I have 12 w/m-k

Thank you in advance ...

kuba

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