Overview of the mapped Interface Technique for CHT Simulations using ANSYS Fluent
We aim to investigate mapped interface technique. CHT or Conjugate Heat Transfer appears in many applications. Where we need to investigate heat transfer in solid and fluids simultaneously. For example in the simulation of cars or parts of them, the mapped interface technique is useful. In such application, we have a mesh for the fluid region and a mesh for the solid region. We set a mapped machinery face between solid and fluid interface. This option is an alternative approach for modeling conjugate heat transfer. This approach is more robust than the non-conformal interface formulations where the interfaces penetrate each other. For example, you are supposed to find a mesh interface say interface zone one, and then the matching mesh interface say interface zone two. Then you would choose appropriate interface option. We recommend using match option along with mapping option.
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