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March 9, 2023 at 4:57 amQingxuan LuoSubscriber
Recently I am faced with a problem in MSMD battery model. As showed in the following figure, the option "enable joule heat in active zones" disappears, meaning that I cannot enable joule heat in cell zone. You may think that it can be enabled as default, but in my simulation, the active zone had no joule head source.
I found this option appears in tutorial chapter 31 and help 126.96.36.199. Did I miss anything to setup? Or is it a version problem? My fluent version is a student version, 2023. Please tell me how to start this!
Figure in tutorial 2023, chapter 31
Figure in help, chapter 188.8.131.52
March 9, 2023 at 5:32 amSRPSubscriber
Enable joule heat in active zone is not present in GUI in 2023. To turn it on you can use TUI command in the console: /define/models/battery-model
March 9, 2023 at 6:24 amQingxuan LuoSubscriber
Wow! It shows in TUI when I entered "//define/models/battery-model> model options", and I managed to enable the joule heat in active zones! Thanks for your advice!
This option is still not present in the GUI, I will keep searching for the answer about how to enable it in the model settings, that can be really convenient.
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