Juanjo
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Hi, Steve,


 


Thank you very much for your suggestion, and my apologies for the delay in answering: our university is closed as consequence of the coronavirus crisis.


 


We are trying to use two models. On the one hand, a thermo-electric model in which the fluid is considered a solid with thermo-electric properties, and through which the current passes. And, on the other hand, a second model in which the fluid is a real fluid and we inherit the temperature resulting from the first model. But at the moment we are not getting it to work. We have had to work with previous versions of ANSYS and work with FLOTRAN to solve the fluid part.


Juanjo