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Unformatted text preview: on extra node representing the surrounding space. An arbitrary value is selected for the billet conductivity. The form factor from the billet to surrounding space is input as unity. Results Comparison Time = 3.7 hr Target ANSYS Ratio TB, °R 1000.0 1002.5 1.002 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. 1–437 VM193: Adaptive Analysis of 2-D Heat Transfer with Convection Overview Reference: NAFEMS, “The Standard NAFEMS Benchmarks”, Rev. No. TSNB, National Engineering Laboratory, E. Kilbride, Glasgow, UK, August, 1989, Test No. T4. Analysis Type(s): Steady-state Thermal Analysis (ANTYPE = 0) Element Type(s): 2-D Thermal Solid Elements (PLANE55) Input Listing: vm193.dat Test Case Determine the temperature at point E in a long slab of rectangular cross-section subjected to the thermal loads shown below. Figure 193.1 2–D Heat Transfer with Convection Problem Sketch Material Properties k = 52.0 W/m-°C h = 750.0 W/m2-°C Geometric Properties a = 1.0 m b = 0.6 m d = 0.2 m Loading To = 100°C Ta = 0°C Analysis Assumptions and Modeling Notes Due to the conflicting boundary conditions, this problem has a singularity at point B, leading to a high gradient of temperature from point B to E. The adaptive meshing solution technique is used to obtain the solution to this problem with...
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