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In this conjugate heat transfer model, an oblique jet impact a hot wall and causes cooling to occur. Viscosity of the fluid varies with temperature. After 0.5 seconds, once it is assumed the jet has achieved a form of steady flow, the update of the momentum and pressure equations is frozen while the conjugate heat transfer solve proceeds. This allows to save calculation times, especially in cases that require long transient time for the thermal solve.