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Old   February 15, 2021, 16:00
Default Fluent coupled to steady state heat analysis
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Hi all,


I was wondering is it possible to find values of heat transfer coefficients of a surface through fluent and then transfer it to the steady state analysis module in Ansys.


I noticed in the boundary conditions in the steady state thermal analysis there is an option called "Fluid Solid Interface" but im not sure and cant really find any information on how to transfer data through it.


Any help would be great thanks!
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