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Hi,

I am trying to model heat transfer to a fluid in a rectangular duct in COMSOL. A short section of the bottom wall of the duct forms the heater. The heater is specified in terms of a rectangular step function. I would like to make the heater move with time i.e, a different section gets heated at each time instant.

Is there a way to do this in COMSOL?

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