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Old   May 11, 2020, 07:39
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Hi everyone, i am new to OpenFoam and Linux, and i have a quick question: Is there a way to calculate conductive heat transfer from a fluid to a solid, for example :Using water film to cool the high temperature wall, I just want to know the temperature-field of the solid part ... Thanks a lot, Flo
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Hi,

- Is there any chance for you to reduce the scope of your question, if possible? In my humble opinion, the questions are a bit broad, hence less people would be able to help you.

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Hi all,

quick answer to a quick question:
  • Yes you can calculate heat-transfer from fluid to solid
  • Yes you can also use film models for that; but I never investigated into that topic but in the Foundation repository, the improved a lot in this regard
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Thank you very much for your reply, by the way, which solver is suitable for this situation
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Hi all,

quick answer to a quick question:
  • Yes you can calculate heat-transfer from fluid to solid
  • Yes you can also use film models for that; but I never investigated into that topic but in the Foundation repository, the improved a lot in this regard
Thank you very much for your reply, by the way, which solver is suitable for this situation
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Hi,

- Is there any chance for you to reduce the scope of your question, if possible? In my humble opinion, the questions are a bit broad, hence less people would be able to help you.

All the best.
Thank you very much for your reply, such as cooling a small high-temperature wall with a water film, I want to know the temperature field of the wall, what solver should be suitable for this case
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