setup looks ok
can you post how you are evaluating the temperature of the seat?
and what study to look at? the one you send (project 2) causes the solver to fail
Thanks for the reply!
I solved some problems. At least that's what I see from the Flow Trajectories, the air comes in at the heat source and rises.
But, I thought the pipe would get hotter, only at 300K. It should have an effect equal to 150W.
Also the seat is still very cold, max 287K.
Maybe it would be better with an exact water radiator heater than just a pipe?
I'll upload a new version of the simulation.
Again, thank you for taking time to look at it
why not just put a solid pipe and apply 150W to it?
with yoru current setup, you can check how much heat is being created by just using a surface parameter > heat transfer rate
I applied 150 W directly to the radiator and I got some nice results.
You have been to great help and I am very grateful for that. Thank you, Jared!