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Old   February 6, 2013, 12:59
Default heat flux as function of temperature
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i have set of experimental heat flux values as function of x,y and wall temperature(h=f(x,y,T)).i am doing conjugate heat transfer analysis with these heat flux loads on a wall... is there a way to apply this heat flux in fluent? thank you
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