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Old   July 27, 2022, 13:39
Question Execute Commands Help
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I am using Fluent to simulate a laminar diffusion flame.
I want to increase the temperature of the whole domain for some time initially (let's say 0.2 seconds) and then return the temperature back to standard atmospheric temperature. I am trying to do this via Execute commands dialogue box but the temperature remains high all the time. Can someone explain what am I doing wrong or how to properly do this? is offline   Reply With Quote


boundary condition, execute command, temperature bc

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