This example file shows a flow through a metal casing in a full conjugate heat transfer environment. The metal casing is heated via ohmic heating (also called joule or resistive heating) due to a voltage potential difference applied via positive and negative terminals on the casing itself. This voltage difference drives a flow of current which then heats the metal. The heat is then rejected into the flowing fluid through the domain.
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