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Need Help with Two Phase Problem!
Posted Fri May 16, 2003 @06:06PM
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Help Desk Sak writes "I am working on a heat transfer related geometry in Fluent which has two phases, a solid and liquid in contact. I get an interface between two phases, i.e., wall boundary and a "shadow" of the same boundary.

I want to define these boundaries with a particular temperature, but I can't do it. I have to "couple" these two boundaries. I can either assign some thickness to that boundary or/and assign heat generation (W/m3) value to it.

Is there anyway, I can assign temperature to these walls ?

Also, from wall and wall shadow, how can I know which boundary refers to solid phase and which one to liquid phase, when in the display it shows me the same boundary?"


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