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Old   April 3, 2015, 05:42
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I am M tech student and new in Ansys fluent. I have get a problem from professor to solve the problem in fluent given in figure which i have uploaded.
I have put 1,2,3 point in Outlet boundary condition and made point 4 insulated. Point 5 is heat source which is 10 w. Now i am getting difficult to make boundary condition for point 6. And in which model it will be solved.
if you have any related tutorial like this, possible then send it to my email id-,
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Old   April 3, 2015, 08:23
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6 is an interface and is therefore not a boundary. 6 is a boundary only if you isolate the two regions by pulling them apart (in the same way as we do free body diagrams to reveal the internal forces).
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