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Old   January 18, 2010, 02:54
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dear all,
I'm using Q1 and Ground file to simulation heat transfer problem.
I want to set a porous media of which value is time-varying. Is it possible to configure? If it is possible, please let me know the way in detail.

Additionally, I have another problem. When I run Phoenics to solve a heat transfer problem which needs about 20 hours to solve, it stops without any error after some hours solving. By restart it runs again successfully. What makes it stop? Is it bug? The version is 3.4.

Thanks in advance
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dear all,
Additionally, I have another problem. When I run Phoenics to solve a heat transfer problem which needs about 20 hours to solve, it stops without any error after some hours solving. By restart it runs again successfully. What makes it stop? Is it bug? The version is 3.4.

Thanks in advance
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