December 12, 2022 at 9:20 amChristian NeuerSubscriber
Hi, my workbench consists of transient thermal, fluent flow (fluent) and system coupling. In the fluent part I want my inlet temperature not to be a constant but a time dependent equation, more specifically I want it to be the "Standard temperature-time curve ISO 834" , how do I implement that? Does fluent know in which timestep it is? Thanks for any and all help!
December 14, 2022 at 6:16 amC NAnsys Employee
I would recommend you to check this section of the Fluent User’s guide: 7.6. Transient Cell Zone and Boundary Conditions (ansys.com)
If you are not able to access the link, please refer to this forum discussion: Using Help with links (ansys.com)
Also, you can refer to this video tutorial:
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