Karthik R


You will not be able to do a 1D heat transfer analysis on Ansys. It is possible to assume a 2D domain and apply boundary conditions on your rectangular rod (assume adiabatic at the two opposite ends) and for a 1D unidirectional heat transfer. This can be achieved in Ansys.

However, for a pure 1D analysis - please refer to a rudimentary heat transfer textbook, which will give you the analytical solution.

Thank you.

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