The Conjugate Heat Transfer interface available in the Heat Transfer module and CFD module is suitable to model oscillating non-isothermal flow past a heated cylinder. ]]>

In COMSOL Multiphysics 5.1, it is possible to simulate porous media flow using the Conjugate Heat Transfer interface. It’s definitely a good option. ]]>

I try to make a geometry using COMSOL Multiphysics software, but I can not carry it out.

I am looking for someone to give me some ideas how to use this software ready

if you want to help me, I’ll send you the dimensions of this geometry.

Thank you in advance

ilyes

I am willing to simulate soil sample that has a water resource from the bottom and a heat source from top, is the conjugate heat transfer is the best physics or not? ]]>

Otherwise a porous media flow model should be used instead of the free flow model. ]]>