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Old   June 13, 2009, 03:44
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Hi everybody,
I'm trying to model a very simple problem but i can't find any way to do it with FLUENT. In fact, it's a simplified heat exchanger in 2D, one hot channel and one cold separated by a solid wall (thickness non negligible). My problem is that : I cannot imposed a heat flux continuity through my solid, all I have is walls where i could fix a temperature or a heat transfer coef, but this is not I want to do ...
I'm very surprised to be stuck on this with such a software ....
Any idea ?
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Maybe is it not possible ?
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