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Old   May 28, 2015, 16:54
Default Temperature continuity between domains
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Hi guys,

I'm trying to simulate a natural convection in a garage, with solar radiation and heat flux between the different domains, but there is no continuity between them and I tried a lot of configurations and thermal setups. Also I serched online and in the forum a solution, but I found nothing.

This one is an exercise model for this case:
Outside 30C
Initial conditions 15C
Terrain with a UDF temperature (from 24C to 18C)

Do you know how to have this thermal continuity between the fluid?
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