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Old   May 17, 2010, 08:14
Question heating of a moving solid
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HI all! I need to heat a moving steel in a furnace.
I'm using KEMODL for turbulence, IMMERSOL for radiation and MOFOR(or INFORM) for moving. but, PHOENICS doesn't compute that after first time step. I was changing relaxation coefficients and time step, without effect.
Can somebody help me with this problem? if it is possible, how is it programmed correct?
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