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Old   December 14, 2015, 21:37
Default How to recall Ts in Porous Media/Non-Equilibrium approach
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In my simulation, Iím using Porous Media/Non-Equilibrium approach. In estimating the interfacial heat transfer coefficient, I use a correlation of the kind: hfs=C*(Pr^n)*(Ra^m)*(K/d) to be input as a user-defined-profile. As it is known, Fluent uses double-cell approach in solving the two energy equations (one for the fluid medium and the other for the solid medium). The fluid medium temperature is recalled as Tf=C_T(c,t), but how to recall the solid medium temperature (Ts) needed in Rayleigh number . Could anybody help with this? Thank you in advance.
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