|January 20, 2014, 07:40||
Solid-Fluid Interface chtMulti
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I have just a question to the Interface between coupling solid-fluid or solid-solid Interfaces with the cht solver.
If I want to calculate the heat-transfer between two solids the Interface is handled as a perfect Interface with exact Connections.
In the reallity we have roughtness between the Interface which causes not perfect heat-transfer areas. So the question is if it is possible to represent this physic with a BC or so on - maybe Groovy - ?
Has someone any experiance with that?
Thanks in advance.
|January 20, 2014, 08:59||
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