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Old   January 16, 2013, 22:35
Question Multiple layer wall
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I modeled a furnace ( fluid cell zone ) and I want to simulate the transient heat transfer on its walls. This walls have 2 layers of different material with different thickness.
How can I model something like that? Do I have to create this walls and generate its mesh?

Note: Thickness is much smaller than length and width of the wall.

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furnace, thickness, wall boundary condition

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