June 6, 2022 at 10:54 amWatch & LearnParticipant
This video demonstrates how to set up a conjugate heat transfer problem using multiple physics regions in ANSYS Discovery AIM 19.1. The video shows how to define the fluid flow physics region, define the thermal physics region, define the material assignments,define the boundary conditions, define the region interface, use the interface generator, generate a solution, and analyze the results.
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