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FAN inside a geometry

Matthias Flatscher
Hi,

I have found the following discussion [1] but it is already two years old. I'm trying to add a fan inside my 2D - geometry. A housing surrounded by air and I want to get this air inside my housing. Is there a possibility to do that???

I tried it like it is discussed in [1] but I wasn't able to implement the fan, I'm using Conjugate Heat Transfere.

[1] www.comsol.com/community/forums/general/thread/16970

BR

2 Replies Last Post Oct 30, 2013, 12:47 PM EDT
Matthias Flatscher
Posted: 4 years ago Oct 29, 2013, 12:38 PM EDT
I'm trying to add a fan since two days and I just can't fix it.

Is there any possebility to add an internal flow for a turbulent model???
I'm trying to add a fan since two days and I just can't fix it. Is there any possebility to add an internal flow for a turbulent model???

Matthias Flatscher
Posted: 4 years ago Oct 30, 2013, 12:47 PM EDT
Hi,

I atteched my model, maybe someone has a clue how to get the fluid from "outside" into my housing.

BR
Hi, I atteched my model, maybe someone has a clue how to get the fluid from "outside" into my housing. BR

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