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Old   August 14, 2023, 07:56
Default Transient Thermal / Fluent: Film Coefficient
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I want to run Heat transfer simulation in Fluent and Transient Thermal.

Model Explanation :

Auto battery is 25 degree, Air Temperature is 50 C.
Air heat the battery for 24 hours and check the temperature change each component.

I can define just the temperature of Air of the device (withouth fored air circulation, just ambitious air) then I can get the data of Temperature.

Ambient Air Temp : 50 C
Other battery components :25C

Transient Thermal:
I should define the value of Film coefficient, which I as a convection coefficient understood.

Ambient Air Temp: 50C, but Film coefficient missed.
Other battery components : 25C

If I want to run both Simualtion tools with the same condition, which value should I give in Transient Thermal?

Thank you for your Answer!!
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