This data set allows the user to handle the heat boundary conditions applied to walls. Walls are identified according to the orientation of their normal direction from the adjacent fluid-cell. They are named as :
A data set can be attributed to the walls of several solid bodies. Some examples are given here .
&Heat_Wall_Boundary_Condition_Setup Wall_BC_DataSetName ="Set1", West_Heat_BC_Option = 0 , East_Heat_BC_Option = 0 , Back_Heat_BC_Option = 0 , Front_Heat_BC_Option = 0 , South_Heat_BC_Option = 0 , North_Heat_BC_Option = 0, West_Heat_Function_Type = 0 , East_Heat_Function_Type = 0 , Back_Heat_Function_Type = 0 , Front_Heat_Function_Type= 0 , South_Heat_Function_Type= 0 , North_Heat_Function_Type= 0, West_Wall_BC_Value = 293. , East_Wall_BC_Value = 293.0 , Back_Wall_BC_Value = 293. , Front_Wall_BC_Value = 293. , South_Wall_BC_Value = 293. , North_Wall_BC_Value = 293. , Material_Thermal_Conductivity= 1.00 , Material_Mass_Heat_Capacity = 1.00 , Material_Density = 1.00 , Time_Fct_Name = "Sinus" , Time_Fct_Threshold = 0.0 , Time_Fct_Time_Scale = 1.0 , Time_Fct_Magnitude = 0.0 /
Find here how to construct the wall boundary conditions and some examples.
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The following data are useful for the thermically conductive materials (materialized by walls) in which the heat transfer is explicitly solved, otherwise they can be omitted.
The following data are useful when the heat boundary conditions are time variable. Otherwise they can be omitted.