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Tramph January 25, 2011 19:07

Solar panel issue
 
Another issue I have, is how to simulate the heat transfer from a heated copper plate (a.k.a the solar panel's absorber plate), to the air surrounding the copper pipes, in which the water flows. I managed to run the radiation on the plate, but it's not conducting heat farther.
Thanks !!!

axtray March 6, 2011 05:48

I am also having the same problem. Using Solidworks 2010 to do it. Can anyone give some guidance on how to properly set it up for the simulation?

wuxinjiang June 9, 2011 02:42

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Originally Posted by axtray (Post 298091)
I am also having the same problem. Using Solidworks 2010 to do it. Can anyone give some guidance on how to properly set it up for the simulation?

Hi,I am trying to simulation the temperature of a Thermoelectric generator witch is under the sun ,I do not know how to set the solar load ,any body have a tutorial or example about sun radiation,will you sent them to me,thanks, my email is wuxj_1986@yahoo.com.cn, I use fluent in ansys workbench, I come from China,wuxi_1986

Johnny leow January 2, 2016 02:58

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Originally Posted by wuxinjiang (Post 311188)
Hi,I am trying to simulation the temperature of a Thermoelectric generator witch is under the sun ,I do not know how to set the solar load ,any body have a tutorial or example about sun radiation,will you sent them to me,thanks, my email is wuxj_1986@yahoo.com.cn, I use fluent in ansys workbench, I come from China,wuxi_1986

Dear Wuxinjiang,


Hi, nice to meet you here. I am Johnny Leow as a member of CFD-online forum. I saw ur post in the forum that you find tutorial or example about sun radiation. I am doing a project about the solar radiation. May I ask that do you have any tutorial or example about sun radiation? Can you share with me?


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