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Old   February 18, 2013, 05:58
Question Fluid Flow & Electrothermal
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Dear All,

in the past I've used OpenFOAM purely for flow-simulation, but recently a new topic raised up, since I would like to do a CHT computation, where the solid is heated up by electric current. Is there a way to do such a computation using "ready to use" solvers, or do I have to build my own? In case of the latter, please, could someone give additional information on where to start then (I'm not afraid of programming, but never did my own code with OpenFOAM)?

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