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Old   September 25, 2023, 02:48
Default Assign intensity to a particular cell in mesh
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Hi everyone,

I have a simple 2D mesh as the figure below.

I want to directly assign the laser intensity (W/m2) to a particular cell.

Is it possible in fluent?

If possible, how should I do it?

Thank you so much.

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