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Old   October 22, 2010, 11:25
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hey all,

i am simulating a process where an interface on a surface has full sticking conditions with a rotating cylinder, this will generate heat ...and then I find the temperature distribution over that surface.

now the tool is fixed and rotating, and the surface is modeled as flowing fluid with slip conditions except at the interface, as I increase the velocity inlet speed a tail behind the interface with the cylinder appears and it becomes longer with higher speeds.

but the maximum temperature in the interface zone never changes, it reaches always the same values, so does any body knows what to do with slip wall conditions to let the temperature changes at the interface?

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