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Old   May 27, 2009, 23:09
Question Question: heat conduction in multiphase solid
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I want to simulate steady state heat conduction through a multiphase solid, e.g., two separated phases and each phase has a specific thermal conductivity.

Can fluent solve this problem?

I will know the detailed location for each phase. Then how can I specify the location-dependent thermal conductivity?

It seems to be a simple problem, but I am just a beginner and cannot figure out the approach. Your response will be greatly appreciated.
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