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HTX is a computational tool for 3-D solid conduction heat transfer analysis. This code uses a structured finite volume scheme to solve the transient energy conservation equation. It can operate independently with user-specified boundary conditions, or it can exchange heat transfer and temperature data with CFD codes such as Wind-US.

Documentation for HTX is provided in the following files:

    Wind-US_CHT_Documentation.pdf     How to use Wind-US with HTX.

HTX_Manual.pdf How to operate HTX.

Last updated 31 Oct 2011