|July 16, 2009, 19:50||
Coupling of multiple equations
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Hello everyone! I am trying to simulate a domain consisting of a solid and a fluid block. I have looked at the CHT and the conjugate solvers and have used them for coupled heat transfer computations. Now I want to add a magnetic field into the mix, so I'll have an extra equation that has to be coupled at the solid-fluid interface. Both the regionCoupling (conjugate) and solidWallTemperatureCoupled (CHT) boundary conditions seem to work only with a single coupled field.
Does anyone know if there is a way I'm not seeing to couple two fields at the same interface? Or if not, is the solution to write a new boundary condition "coupleTwoFields"?
|cht, conjugate, coupling, interface, mhd|
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