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Old   October 25, 2018, 13:20
Default HVAC Factory Temperature Modeling
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Hello to all,

My senior design project involves modeling a heat map for a factory that is experiencing temperature instability.

We are experiencing issues in the set up of our model.
*Set up using Serial, Double Precision*
We have a factory with HVAC inlets and outlets and have been given the volumetric flow rates of the inlets at 160 CMM (cubic meters per minute) @23 centigrade. Right now we have the BC for the inlets at mass-flow-inlets at 3.179 kg/s and thermal at 296 K.

We are not seeing any flow of the air into to outlet vents and want to know the best BC for the outlet vents.

Also, we need to account for an autoclave that releases heat to the factory at temperatures of 90 centigrade and would like to know the best option to use for BC to correctly model the temperature change that it creates.

**Using ANSYS 19.1 Educational Version**
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