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If your question is related to the coefficients in the Lee model, please refer to the literature to understand what range of values are applicable for the working fluid as well as the conditions you are attempting to model. As mentioned by @DrAmine , this is a tuning parameter and generally needs to come from experiments.
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I am just going to massively simplify my model and use this as my heat transfer mechanism. I have ran the simulations and I receive reasonable temperature distributions. Thank you for your help! @Rob , @YasserSelima.
Okay thanks! I will look into your paper then as well, might pick up some useful things :)
It turns out that I was over constraining my model by applying the remote displacements for the z displacement and the x displacement separately.
Nevertheless, thank you for attempting to help me. It is greatly appreciated.
Okay, you can create a midsurface to represent the perforated plate. If that is difficult, you can just select the faces on one side of the plate to convert to surfaces and delete the solid.
You need to create a fluid domain on each side of the perforated plate that is connected at the holes. That could be tricky. I suggest you have the wavy surface without holes to split the fluid domain. Then you have a series of cylindrical solids that represent the holes. Use the cylindrical faces of those to split the faces of the two solids split by the wavy surface. Now all those new faces can be given an "Interior" boundary condition while the wavy surface is a "Wall"
Using the second method that I've mentioned before, I could apply the simply-support conditions, as this figure. Thank you for your attention
Got it after disabling my ad blocker. Thanks @Rob
Using locations is a nice idea. Or you can attach the values to a UDM and now eveynode would read same values for each call.
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