Heat transfer through solid.

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 September 4, 2004, 06:43 Heat transfer through solid. #1 Rob Hart Guest   Posts: n/a I have a solid zone within my fluid, and I want to model the heat transfer from the fluid into the solid. I have meshed the geometry in gambit, and when I load the mesh in fluent, the boundary between the solid region and the fluid region shows as "coupled" for the thermal conditions. When I run the model, the solid region stays at it's initial temperature. What have I missed? Rob

 September 7, 2004, 00:30 Re: Heat transfer through solid. #2 Mahesh Masurkar Guest   Posts: n/a Everything is correct. Check for material properties. Wait for convergence. Mahesh

 September 7, 2004, 05:18 Re: Heat transfer through solid. #3 Andrew Garrard Guest   Posts: n/a Have you got a shadow face set the boundary condition correctly on the shadow face?

 September 8, 2004, 11:49 Re: Heat transfer through solid. #4 Krishna Guest   Posts: n/a Hello Rob, A couple of things to note when you are modelling conduction through a solid: (1) Use a higher-order scheme like "Quick" for your for solving the energy equation. (2)Make sure that your solution has converged fully. Krishna

 September 30, 2004, 07:58 Re: Heat transfer through solid. #5 venu gopal Guest   Posts: n/a Dont select coupled option in this case. Do one thing. Select the temperature after deselcting the coupled. If two different thermal conductivity substances are separated by a wall or edge ( eith both are solid or one solid and one fluid) it will take couple as a default. So, you select the temparature and speciy it and it will work nicely. Venu Gopal

 October 17, 2004, 08:59 Re: Heat and temparature #6 koksal karadag Guest   Posts: n/a Biz Türkiyeden iki arkadaşız.ingilizce bilmediğimiz için türkçe yazdık bir konu hakında bilgilendieieseniz bizi çok memnun oluruz bizim konumuz ısı ve sıcaklıkla ilgili kavram yanılgıları.

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