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There are two coupled equations that must be solved in order to determine the power deposition. The numerical solution of these equations is needed in order to apply a source term within the energy equations. These equations have previously solved in FIDAP. That implementation used modified versions of the momentum and energy equations to provide a mechanism for the solution of two coupled equations. Currently, we want to solve for the induction heating field in addition to the flow field and the energy equation. In order to do this, a mechanism has to be defined within FIDAP to solve these equations. It is possible to solve for the transport of 15 different species within FIDAP. The goal is to be able to use two of the species transport equations to determine C and S, which would allow the calculation of a source term within the energy equation.
Equations; Induction heating
Induction heating--Mathematical models; Nuclear engineering; Thermodynamics
Heat Transfer, Combustion | Nuclear | Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy | Thermodynamics
Development of a Model for Induction Heating.
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