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Old   October 11, 2011, 10:47
Default heat transfer in an orthotropic material and complex curved geometry
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Dear forum members,

I am modelling heat transfer in a complex shaped geometry made of an orthotropic material using ANSYS FLUENT 13. I am trying to solve the problem by splitting the curved sections of the geometry into sub-sections and assigning local cylindrical coordinates for them in MESH. The problem is that I don't see the local coordinate systems that I already created when assigning the orthotropic conductivities in FLUENT. Does anyone knows how to do that?

Thanks in advance, your help will be really appreciated,

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