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Old   April 29, 2018, 12:55
Default Melting of Phase Change Material (PCM)
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I want to do this simulation given in the Picture. The simulation runs without any error. But problem is, pcm is not melting and no heat is transferring to pcm from the Heat Source. This can be visible in the result graphs.
My concern is regarded to geometry. First, I draw a rectangle and then draw to lines inside it. Used the option "Create Surface From Sketch". In the following steps, meshing,name selection and boundary conditions were implemented accordingly.No error message was shown.
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So,can anyone point out how to draw the geometry properly to transfer heat from the source ???
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