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Dear Fluent Experts,

I may have a simple problem that I can't find a solution:

I would like to simulate a 2D model of a pipe with the solid pipe having a stable temperature gradient. I can only find the Fixed Values in the cell Zone Condition for the pipe solid material. But How could I have a temp gradient (beginning of the pipe less temperature ending higher temperature). I'm looking at the start for a linear approximation and later add a more complex temperature function.

I tried a mechanical simulation of the solid and then transfer the results but Ansys does not allow that.

Anyone any idea how design this in fluent or the Ansys package?`

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