You can run the CFD model and see if the solid temperature changes. Then feed the temperature into Mechanical if that then has any effect on friction/bendiness etc. Otherwise, it's complicated. The CFD model will highlight temperature & pressure effects but you'd not see any swelling etc. Will the Mechanical model be sensitive enough to pick up the swelling effect due to temperature? If it was significant I'd not get into the office in the winter! The only problem our Canadian colleagues ever commented on was revolving doors with several feet of snow....
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