# Description

This example shows two different ways of solving an large cooling problem. In the first input deck set, the fluid is solved using the transient solver and the LES turbulence model, after steady state has been reached, velocity and pressure are no longer updated, allowing the conjugate heat transfer problem to proceed. In the second input deck, the steady state solver and the RANS standard k-epsilon turbulence model are used in order to reach a steady state for the fluid before solving the coupled thermal only problem. Please note that the cooling effect of the surrounding air as well as any potential heat radiation effects have not been taken into account.