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Old   February 20, 2013, 07:22
Default Is there a method to apply 'solar load' in 2D?
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Hi, i'm a student studying fluent.
I have a question for doing a kind of 'heat transfer' analysis using FLUENT 13.0. I want apply 'solar radiation' to my model, but there's no way to do in 2D state.

Is there a solution for applying 'solar load' in 2D?
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2d solar load, solar load

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