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Old   August 26, 2019, 10:14
Default Does Fluent support two differnt fluid domains in a simulation?
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Is it possible in a Fluent simulation to have two different fluid material domains separated by a solid material domain so that the solid material can act for Conjugate Heat Transfer?

I am expecting similar feature to what CFX has- Unchecking Constant Domain Physics
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Yes. You just need to setup different "cell zones" and then you'll be able to apply different material properties to each cell zone.
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