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How to Assign the Orthotropic conductivity in ANSYS Fluent

    • sid4san

      I have Conductivity in Plane and through Plane. and my Model looks like the image below.

    • Rob
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      The orientation of the vector is defined in the red box you've highlighted. This means we can assign off axis conductivity. As it's set at the moment, direction-0 is aligned with the x-axis, direction-1 with y & therefore direction-2 with z. The numbering is because C starts at zero for lists.
      Your red vector looks to be a mix of x and y, so you'll need to work out the orientation. Trigonometry and vector maths is one of the few bits of school (not University) maths that I regularly use. Or cheat and align the volume with x, y & z at the geometry stage: that's my usual solution,.
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