March 17, 2023 at 1:11 pmFAQParticipant
The Fluent module to take into account the influence of sunlight (Solar Load Module) is standard. To perform a heat flow analysis using this, it is possible to take into account the influence of solar radiation (heat generated in the wall due to solar radiation). Note: It is particularly useful in carrying out the analysis of an indoor air conditioning or car air conditioning. See the attached file for an animation example of a solar radiation example in a car. In particular, the procedure is as follows: 1.Specify the date, time and location (latitude and longitude) 2.Specify the amount of heat generated in the spot where sunlight is present a.Calculates the sunlight strength Ya for the specified conditions in 1. b.Effects of direct/diffuse solar radiation blocked by walls, scattering etc can also be taken into account 3.Start the heat flow calculation In addition, it is also possible to carry out a non-steady-state calculation. Please refer to the following solutions: 2043412Solar Load Module 2043410Solar Load Module (specified orientation and latitude and longitude) 2043401Solar Load Module (distinction of visible light and infrared light) 2043400Solar Load Module (for internal scattering) 2043405Solar Load Module (boundary conditions other than the wall) 2043407Solar Load Module (note of the amount of solar radiation update) 2043335Solar Load Module (post-processing) Attachment: 2042014.gif
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