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Old   October 23, 2017, 11:27
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Problem Statement:
I have to perform transient thermal analysis on a spherical flask which has 2 layers of insulation. To simplify the problem I neglected the cap portion of the flask and assumed it to be two whole concentric spheres.
My problem is that for conduction to occur, I would merge the two faces of insulation which are supposed to be in contact with eachother.
But when I try to use the merge feature of Ansys Design Modeller, It shows this error message:
" No valid mergeable clusters"
Pls help me.
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