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I am trying to model a surface to surface radiation in along with natural convection inside a closed chamber. The chamber is axi-symmetric and due to the presence of natural convection, I like to use the 2d axisymmetry to speed up the solution. But on the other hand, S2S radiation model can't be used in 2d axi-symmetric case. Could anyone please recommend any solution.

By the way, there is no participating media in the model and radiation is only between gray surfaces.
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