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Old   April 4, 2021, 11:23
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I'm new using CFX and I'm working in a pre-made project. It's a compressor and I would like to define the wall material (shroud, hub and blade). For this, I think that I should work in Pre-CFX, not sure about this, because there is a material tab but I don't know how to say to the program that the walls are Aluminium.
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Old   April 5, 2021, 11:07
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Are you doing a CHT simulation, that is conjugate heat transfer?

If not, the material of the wall is not needed, i.e. irrelevant, for the simulation.
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