I imported two geometry for same project in SImscale. One is “Pipe with one Solid” another one is “Pipe with two solid”. Both geometry are same and I changed the way to draw in Catia. Basically the project is heat transfer from Aluminium wall to water. I am following CHT - Electronics Cooling . project as reference.
First geometry “Pipe with one solid” is perfect for meshing. But there is only one region after I imported the geometry in Simscale. I don’t know why is not considering the geometry with two different domain. So I can’t use this geometry for heat transfer analysis between Aluminium and water.
I imported the second geometry in Simscale and it’s have two solid region (HybridBody 1 and GSMExtrude 2) . But in GSMEctrude 2 solid region there is sharp face edge. I don’t know how to correct it. Anyway I started to meshing it and it’s done with following error
Detecting interfaces between regions…
The following face pairs are only in partial contact and are not imposed as automatic interfaces.
Please add these interfaces in the simulation setup if you are sure that they should be introduced.
Note that interfaces are supposed to be exactly matching. Otherwise results might be wrong.
You can ensure exactly matching interfaces by imprinting your model in your CAD environment:
index region:face region:face
0 HybridBody.1:face15@HybridBody.1 GSMExtrude.2:face254@GSMExtrude.2
Detected 0 valid interfaces. 0 interfaces failed to be resolved with the applied mesh fineness.
1 interfaces are only partial and are not taken into account.
HybridBody 1: face 15 is in Fluid domain and GSMExtruder2: face254 is in Solid domain. I don’t know how to fix this problem!
Then I started the simulation for “Pipe with two solid” but there is no heat transfer and it’s stop in middle.