Creo Flow Analysis > Preprocessing > Defining Physics > Heat > Heat—Introduction
Heat is a module in Creo Flow Analysis to predict the heat transfer and temperature distribution in a fluid system, solid system, or both. You can use the Heat module to model heat transfer through both solids and fluid in combination (conjugate heat transfer). To access this module, follow the steps listed below:
1. Click Physics Module. The Physical Model Selection dialog box opens.
2. Select the module from Available Modules. In the Flow Analysis Tree, under Physics, Heat is added.
See below for a description of items in the Heat module:
Definitions—Terms used in heat modeling.
Physics —Definitions, terminology, constants, models and methods used in modeling heat transfer.
Conditions—Specifying conditions for the entities such as boundaries, interfaces, volumes, and the outputs from the module.
Numerics and Convergence—Parameters and models controlling the numerical solution.
Output Variables—Creating expressions for specifying conditions and post-processing associated with heat transfer.