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Old   November 14, 2014, 03:07
Default Recirculation Boundary Conditions in Star CCM+
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I have a problem in which i need to create Recirculation Boundary Conditions with fixed temperature rise.
I am able to this in fluent by using command (rpsetvar 'icepak? #t)

Please tell me how do same in star ccm+
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Old   November 23, 2014, 05:05
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Hello Anoop,

In STAR CCM+ there are some options using which you can do customization. It is done using JAVA. So you need to know JAVA programming a bit.

In ANSYS FLUENT it is easy to do. The same way which you have specified using command: (rpsetvar 'icepak? #t)

If you want more information about how to do it in ANSYS FLUENT the read this blog:
Recirculation Boundary Conditions- blog

(it has a very good information about this.)

If you crack about how to do this in STAR CCM+, then please let me also know about it.

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