Using Assembly Meshing for Conjugate Heat Transfer Modeling
Application ID: 69901
You can use assembly meshing to reduce the number of mesh elements in your model, which is especially useful for conjugate heat transfer simulation in cases where the fluid domains can be handled with swept mesh.
These models demonstrate how to use form assembly and discontinuous meshes when simulating a cross-flow heat exchanger.
A more detailed description of this model can be found in the blog post "Using Discontinuous Meshes for Conjugate Heat Transfer Modeling".
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