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Old   May 6, 2010, 11:22
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Does anyone have any idea why I cannot heat a body inside a furnace ? I have heat all over the interior (from resistors) but the heat does not enter the body. I think it is because the radation. I'm 100% sure about the geometry/mesh. Or, could be the boundary conditions ? Does anybody had this kind of problem - heating a body inside a furnace/room ?
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