Surface-to-Surface Radiation with Diffuse and Specular Reflection
Application ID: 72231
This tutorial shows how to use the Surface-to-Surface Radiation interface to simulate radiative heat transfer with radiation between diffuse emitters and diffuse-and-specular reflectors. This model is separated in two parts. The first part focuses on a validation test for the radiative heat flux computed from the ray-shooting algorithm, wherein results are compared to an analytical solution for two parallel plates at constant temperature. The second part introduces coupling with Heat Transfer in Solids.
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