|July 19, 2016, 08:16||
Convection Coefficient (Heat transfert coef)
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I'm trying to export the convection coefficient from CFX-post.
My configuration is simple : a solid immersed in water.
The configuration is a like-2D, which means that i've created a 3D from a 2D with a thin thickness, and with BC symmetry on all the opposite faces.
For now what i've done is to create a line at the wall of my solid, and export "heat transfert coefficient".
Now i want to see the difference in convection coeff value if the solid temperature changes. But then i'm facing a big issue :
How can I fixed the temperature of the solid (and no the walls of the solid) in CFX (without using a source power) ?
If anybody can help, it 'll be truly appreciated !!
|July 19, 2016, 16:32||
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Why do you even need the solid in there? Why not just have the fluid walls at a fixed temperature?
Make sure you read the FAQs on heat transfer coefficient in CFX, it isn't what you think by default.
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