Steady2DConduction

Steady2DConduction - inner surface Top outer or bottom...

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k_1 k_2 Dx Dy h Bix_1 Biy_1 1 1 0.01 0.01 10 0.1 0.1 Interior node 0 0 14.19 28.38 14.19 28.38 28.38 14.19 28.38 14.19 28.38 28.38 14.19 14.19 14.19 14.19 28.38 28.38 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 All nodes include heat  generation (constant  rate, not temperature- dependent) Heat fluxes on  boundary cells  shown in  appropriate  adjacent cell in  red italic Surface and corner  nodes include  convection AND  radiation Note:  to make an  insulated boundary,  use a convective  conductivity =  k1 conductivity  = k2 Right outer or left  inner surface Left outer or right 
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Unformatted text preview: inner surface Top outer or bottom inner surface Bottom outer or top inner surface Upper left outside corner or lower right inside corner Upper right outside corner or lower left inside corner 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 27.09 Lower left outside corner or upper right inside corner Lower right outside corner or upper left inside corner Bix_2 Biy_2 Tconv qdot Trad eps (emissisigma 0.1 0.1 298 0.00E+00 298 5.67E-08...
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