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Old   June 16, 2013, 11:44
Default Conjugate heat transfer problem
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Hi, every one.

I am new in fluent.

I found a tutorial about solving conjugate heat transfer problem using ANSYS FLUENT.

On step 4 of the tutorial , materials create, it worte "These materials are assumed to have the same density and heat capacity as that of aluminum, but different thermal conductivities."

My problem is why could it setup?

Bescause it is a steady state simulation?

If the simulation is transient, will the density and heat capacity have to setup the correct values?

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Old   March 22, 2014, 14:46
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air has been clearly predefined as material in fluent itself, use those material properties for air
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