[Getdp] Heat Problem

Kubicek Bernhard Bernhard.Kubicek at ait.ac.at
Tue Aug 25 08:49:29 CEST 2009

I just tried your case, and since you did not include the copper-data, replaced all interpolations by a constant 1.
In the post-processing, one then sees hardly any change in the calculation, however, if you use Options->View? ->General ->Range Mode "Custom" -> click Min and Max, that there is actually a very small change.
So most likely the timestep or time range is to low for you to see any change..
Bernhard Kubicek
Energy Department
Electric Energy Systems

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From: getdp-bounces at ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be [getdp-bounces at ace20.montefiore.ulg.ac.be] On Behalf Of Michal Hondowicz [hondowicz at gmail.com]
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Subject: [Getdp] Heat Problem

I'm trying to solve thermal problem (resistant heating, files attached). I don't where the problem is but Temperature is the same in every step. Is it problem with constraint or resolution? Please do help if You know the answer. Any help would be most welcome...

Thank you in advance


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