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Old   July 19, 2011, 10:18
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I have been trying to model radiation inciding a black surface, passing through glass, with FLUENT, and the results have not been as expected.
I have applied a boundary condition of perpendicular radiation on the glass and the values for temperature distribution and the wall fluxes (incident, transmitted...) are not logical.
I dont know if the problem lies on the absorption coefficient, or the emissivities... can anyone help on this?? thanks
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