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Old   November 19, 2004, 05:28
Default melting (decouple energy, momentum)?
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Dear I'm trying to solve melting problem (especially deicing analysis on the glass of the car). I have just general solver 3.15A STARCD and the melting problem is not regular feature of STAR-CD So I got plan using subrotine for that then I wondering how to freeze the momentum field during energy equation solving after obtaining steady -isothermal flow (some people think it looks basic but I difficult ) Would anyone know of some good setting for that? please e-mail me thanks advance
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