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Old   September 6, 2013, 07:01
Default Co-simulation, map values to a non-convective boundary
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I'm trying to run a co-simulation where I get the heat transfer coefficient and reference temperature from the first fluid flow simulation. In the second simulation, I had planed to use these values for a solid boundary with thermal specification= environment (convection+radiation). But I noticed that the thermal specification changed from environment to convection when I activated co-simulation.

Do you have any suggestion in how I can map the values to a boundary in the second simulation and still use the environment condition there when runing a co-simulation?

The support told me that it will be possible in the next version, 8.06.002.

But that is too late for me, so I will continue to do it "manually" with two simulations and two macros.

Last edited by Jimmy123; September 13, 2013 at 04:32. Reason: Answer from support
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