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Old   April 17, 2001, 17:28
Default Heat Generation as time dependent problem
Denis Kadito
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Hi, This may sound old, I am using FLUENT(Version 3.03)to solve a time dependence problem as 2D cube (side 1m)where heat is released (ranging from 10 kW/m^3 to 1000kW/m^3). Has anyone out there done a time dependent problem with a Heat Source? Were you able to have a closed domain (i.e sorrounding wall)? OR Did you have to use Pressure boundaries?

What combination can I use to be able to solve for Pressure, Temperature, Wave velocity and Heat distribution as an unsteady problem??

(I can only use FLUENT 3.03, is it possible to solve this problem?) Thank you very much!! D. Kadito.
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