wallHeatTransfer chtMulti on solid region
Hi all,
I am calculating a heated pipe (air = 800K) and do not want to simulate the air around that pipe but want to set a heattransfer BC for that. There for I thought its possible to work with the BC Code:
wallHeatTransfer So the question to you all: is there a other BC for that or some examples with groovy? Thanks in advance. Tobi 
Just that I got you right. The air with 800K is flowing around the pipe and heats it up. The heat conducts through the wall and in turn heats up the fluid within the pipe.
Instead of solving the air around the pipe you can either apply a heat flux or a heat transfer coefficient and the ambient temperature at the wall using the externalWallHeatFluxTemperature boundary condition. 
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Hi, in the attachement there you find a picture. I think that tells everyone more then words.  in the pipe is air with T=800K and flows inside through the pipe.  heattransfer between fluid and solid due to chtMutli calculations  at least I want to make the case more realistic. for that I want to create/calculate the heat transfer from the solid to the ambience air. So my options are:  building the airdomain and create a new mappedWall for pipe>new_air_domain  or doing it with a BC like groovy? Hope everything is clear now :) 
Okay so the air inside the pipe heats up the pipe walls and you want to add conduction on the outer wall of the pipe. I think the boundary condition I mentioned above should do the trick. Just use a negative heat flux or heat flux coefficient.
If you want somewhat correct solid temperatures you have to do this anyway else you will end up with 800K for the solid wall. 
Hi billie,
thanks for your replay. The problem for the "heat flux" is that its not possible to calculate that. The air = 800K changes in 1sec to 293K (thermal shock) and then the heat flux is completly different ... thats my problem. 
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If you don't know the heat flux you can use the heat flux coefficient in combination with the ambient temperature.The convective heat transfer coefficient should be around 35W/m^2/K. You can also estimate the heat flux coefficient using the formulas for natural convection of external flow around a cylinder from [1]. [1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Heat_tr...ral_convection 
Hi, Tobi,
To clarify what Daniel suggested. Use the following for the external wall of the pipe: myPatch { type externalWallHeatFluxTemperature; kappa solidThermo; // solidThermo or lookup // q uniform 1000; // heat flux / [W/m2] Ta uniform 300.0; // ambient temperature /[K] h uniform 10.0; // heat transfer coeff /[W/Km2] value uniform 300.0; // initial temperature / [K] kappaName none; }  PeiYing 
Hi,.
thanks for your replay :) But I figured it out by my self (> code) But thanks a lot Tobi 
Hi Tobi,
You mentioned that you solved this yourself. Could please let me know what exactly you did? In your case did you model that pipe as a thick solid or solid thin wall? Did you use externalWallHeatFluxTemperature BC to a solid region? Thanks in advance. m sarkar 
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Hmmm....
have a look at the availabe BC :) 
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