Tagged: 16, fluent, fluid-dynamics, General, General - FLUENT
January 25, 2023 at 7:16 amFAQParticipant
A workaround is to use Surface-FSI-Mapping in Fluent. To get it to work, you should read an inp-surface mesh, which should be created by means of the volume mesh you are using in Fluent. Then, read it as surface mesh into TGrid and write out a surface mesh file. Next, read this surface mesh in FE-Modeler and export it as Abaqus-Mesh. Use this as input in the FSI-Panel inside Fluent. Then, select “thermal” and “heat trans coeff” and also select “wall func HTC” as HTC type. Finally, write the inp-file, including the desired HTC.
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