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Old   April 10, 2004, 02:49
Default Thermal boundary conditions
Julie Polyakh
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I'm solving a problem with n-heptane combustion within a cylindrical chamber with a mushroom vaporizer. I need to model conjugate heat transfer through the vaporizer cover and the stabilazer cone. Which thermal boundary condition fits for this case: 'Fixed' or 'Conduction'?

What is the meaning of the temperature value required for 'Fixed' BC (Initial temperature/ Approximated surface temperature/ etc.)?

What is the role of the reference temperature at solid materials panel?


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