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 October 31, 2006, 07:30 simulate a cht problem #1 Chris Guest   Posts: n/a Sponsored Links hello everybody, i hope somebody can help me with my problem. i have only a plate (material is aluminium) with a temperature of 60°C. i want to simulate the heat flux in the air in the case of free convetion. the stream should be laminar. the air is 20°C warm. the plate has the dimensons of 0,5m length and 0,5m width. how can i realize this problem with star_cd. if the problem is unclear don't hesitate to ask me questions. chris

 November 1, 2006, 02:30 Re: simulate a cht problem #2 denizen Guest   Posts: n/a Try to chek tutorials of star-cd. You can find all answers here.

 November 3, 2006, 15:40 Re: simulate a cht problem #3 fudge Guest   Posts: n/a For this star-ccm+ is recommended. You can download it from the support website and it uses the same license. You can define the interface aluminium and air easily. How come you were recommended star-cd for your type of study?

 November 29, 2006, 05:25 Re: simulate a cht problem #4 julien caradonna Guest   Posts: n/a Hi Chris. Assign cell type: Solid for the plate Fluid for the environment Then assign to the plate a wall boundary condition in which you enforce an heat flux (60 - 20)* 15 = 600 W/m^2 You can change the coefficient in a range of 0 - 15. That's all

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