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Old   May 25, 2014, 05:08
Post Setting up heat transfer beetween wall heated zone and flow channel zone in Fluent
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Hi everyone,

I am working on a CFD simulation of a subcooled boiling in a heated Channel. The heat is applied to the heated element using a UDF.

The heated element and the flow channel are seperated by a clad. the heat transfer between this last one and the heated element is working.

The problem which I have is that the heat does not transfer from the clad to the flow zone. If someone can help me to solve this problem I will be greatful.

Thank you in advance.

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