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Default CFD analysis of a heat transfer problem
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I am trying to solve a simple heat transfer problem. Geometry consists of a cuboid (solid domain) with a pipe (fluid domain) running through it in centre. Four walls of cuboid are given a temperature 1273 K and pipe has inlet and outlet for flow of water. I am trying to simulate heat transfer from heated surface to solid-liquid interface and heat taken inside water channel. I could not simulate this a no heat transfer is happening between solid-liquid interface.

I tried solving conjugate heat transfer also by giving shell conduction at interface wall, but it also did not work.

Please help
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