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Old   July 16, 2011, 07:00
Default Different surface incident radiation between surface and surface-shadow
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I have a surface between two different material (Air and steel) so fluent generated two surfaces (surface and surface-shadow). There is another surface at high temperature near the first one. can someone explain me why i have two different values of the surface incident radiation between the surface and the surface shadow? particularly the value of the air side is bigger. I used a DTRM model.
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