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Old   December 27, 2013, 02:20
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Hi everybody,

I'm running the cavity case in the tutorials/compressible/ras directory. I would like to create a heat source in the fluid region. For example to create a heat source in the center of the domain:

heatSource
{
type scalarSemiImplicitSource;
active true;
selectionMode points;
points
(
(0.05 0.05 0)
);

scalarSemiImplicitSourceCoeffs
{
volumeMode specific;
injectionRateSuSp
{
h (10 0);
}
}
}

There are other options instead of using the variable enthalpy, h? can I use temperature directly? as if I have a surface at a constant temperature where the fluid flows around?

Thanks!
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Old   November 6, 2014, 03:00
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Hi Eric,

Did you ever figure out how to implement a heat source with fvOptions?

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