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Old   February 23, 2017, 06:33
Default Conduction through different layers on workbench
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Hi CFD-Friends,
I am trying to simulate the heat conduction on a solid composed of 2 types (layers) of materials, the question is: what should I do on the mesh part to define both layers so that when I open FLUENT, I can find them both but seperate.
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