A steady-state thermal analysis is performed on a fully voided channel of an Indian pressurized heavy water reactor (IPHWR) by providing variable heat flux inputs of 800 W/m2, 1500 W/m2, 2500 W/m2, 3500 W/m2, and 4500 W/m2 for evaluating the numerical results of temperature distributions in pressure tube (PT) and calandria tube (CT) at concentric scenarios using a numerical approach. The top to bottom temperature difference of PT and CT is found to be 0.57% and 3.31%, respectively, for 800 W/m2 input heat flux, and this variation decreases to 0.015% and 0.05%, respectively, for 4500 W/m2 input heat flux, thus pointing out that increasing the heat flux leads to the decreased top to bottom temperature difference. Also, the temperature distribution pattern is found to be similar for all the input heat fluxes, and for a particular heat flux, the change in circumferential temperature is found to be negligible. The boiling phenomenon starts at 2500 W/m2, and the volume fraction of moderator vapor increases as the heat flux is increased, the average density of moderators inside the enclosure decreases, and continuous variation in film thickness is also observed with respect to time for a particular heat flux value. The results also showed that the moderator acted as an effective heat sink for higher heat input rates.