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Old   March 13, 2014, 18:21
Default Conjugate Heat Transfer Case for Curved Geometry
Lucas Mutti
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Hello everyone,

I am working on setting up a conjugate heat transfer case for a 2D problem which is supposed to represent a house with curved ceiling. I believe I am very close to get this case working; however, it seems that every time I attempt to run the case a new region called domain2 appears under my 0, constant, and system folder. I believe this has to do with the fact that the entities air and dome were defined under topoSet. The reason why I say so, is because as far as I know topoSet allows us to choose boxes to defines entities and since my geometry is curved a new domain is generated to account for the covered but not identified space. Please find attached to this message my case study. Could somebody please help me to get this case working?

*PS.: The constant folder is too big for the forum. Is there a way to share these files with you?

Thanks a lot!
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