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Old   July 12, 2013, 10:46
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Nemanja Kliska
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I am trying to create a heat transfer model using chtMultiRegionFoam. In this model I am trying to simulate a heater using a constant internal heating term. I looked into how other people have attempted to do this in OF1.7 but I think these threads are outdated as there has been considerable change to the solver.

I am only working with solid components so the solver for this section looks like:

fvm::ddt(betav*rho, h)
- fvm::laplacian(betav*alpha, h, "laplacian(alpha,h)")
fvOptions(rho, h)

I looked into adding a source term to the above equation, but it seems as though fvOptions has the capacity to act as heat source term using interRegionHeatTransferModel. Since this is a relatively new feature I cannot find any documentation or examples of how to implement this. I already looked at OF2.2 tutorials with fvOptions and turned up empty.

Has anyone here used, or has an example/tutorial of how to implement fvOptions::interRegionHeatTransferModel as a constant heat generation source.
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Old   January 22, 2014, 16:11
Michael Page
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I'm facing the same problem.

Does someone have an example of interRegionHeatTransferModel as a constant heat generation source?

Thank you,
Michael Page
Simu-K inc.
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fvoptions, heat source

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