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Old   November 11, 2011, 02:41
Default star design - to model heat transfer
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im new to CFD and as i experience convergence problems in my mesh (designed using solid works and prosurf and proamm and exported to pro star), i redesigned my mesh in star design and it get converged in star design and later i export it to pro star by enabling "start pro star gui". then i tried to change the properties of the material (temperature, viscosity and density as function of time etc..) and run the .mdl file again, but once post processed, i noticed the material properties havent been changed and it remains in initial valued i entered in star design.

is it possible for us to change the parameters in pro star .mdl file which is originally generated in star design?.
can i model conduction and radiation heat transfer after getting the .mdl file and changing the parameters in pro star user guide pannel?

(i ddnt follow the standard procdure, star design -> .dbs in pro surf -> pro amm -> pro star )
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