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Old   January 21, 2013, 09:11
Default Shell Conduction on two sided wall
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Hello,currently i'm simulating a conjugate heat transfer problem involving two fluid regions which are separated by a wall. This solid wall is modled in Fluent as a surface. In order to solve the heat transfer, i applied the shell conduction option whereas the wall becomes a two sided wall. Now i need some help for post-processing. I don't exactly now which temperatures belong to which side of the surface. You can select between Inner and Outer surface temperature but the Fluent help tells me, that the inner surface temperature belongs to the virtual solid cell. So where's the tempearture of the other wall boundary?
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