Author(s): C. Peniguel & I. Rupp
rical approach for thermally
coupled fluid and solid problems in complex
Peniguel* & I.
^7M(7IOG, ^ ri/e James Jo We
Guyancourt Cedex, France
Thermal coupling between fluid and solid domains is widely present in industrial
The approach implemented relies upon the existing CFD code N3S
(see Chabard ), which handles the averaged Navier-Stokes system with a finite
element technique, and a module named Syrthes which takes care of the heat
equation inside the solid using finite elements technique.
An explicit scheme, has proven to be very stable to exchange information
(temperature or flux) between solid and fluid domains within each time step.
The numerical and geometrical de-coupling of solid and fluid domains has
numerous advantages and provides good flexibility when handling complex cases.
In many industrial applications, a thermal coupling exists between a fluid and
the solid body by w...
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Paper DOI: 10.2495/HT940651
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