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how can I insert a boundary condition in transient thermal

    • yeje2007
      Subscriber

      Hello all.

      I made a cold storage model and then I have to analysis a interior temperature.

      I think, I should find it by transient thermal

      but I can't insert a inlet velocity and temperature

      This is my boundary conditions

      Inlet -> velocity: 4 m/s, temperature: 278 K

      wall -> Convection-> free stream temperature: 298 K, Heat Transfer Coefficient:0.027 W/(m^2 K)

      Interior Temperature: 298 K

      Please Help me. Thank you.

    • Rob
      Ansys Employee
      In CFD we'd model the flow part (and thermal) or calculate an external HTC and provide that along with the external free stream temperature.
      I suspect Mechanical does the same. So, the velocity of 4 m/s will be accounted for in your derived HTC, if it's been done correctly.
    • yeje2007
      Subscriber
      Tank you for the reply
      but I can't understand
      I want to know how can I see the node's temperature (function in CFD)
      I want to analysis of the interior temperature but I don't know what to click .
      Please help me.
      Thank you so much
    • Rob
      Ansys Employee
      Surface temperatures, or point values can be found in the Results section of Fluent (that's in the solver not the Workbench interface). If you're not sure what to do click on "Help" and do some of the tutorials and/or watch some of the courses at the top of the page.
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