August 22, 2022 at 8:51 amnurullah.cetinSubscriber
I need a termal graph which has heat and distance as a parameters. So could you please help me to find it in icepak?
August 25, 2022 at 7:05 amSatyajeet PadhiAnsys Employee
If you are using Classic Icepak, then go to Post->Variation plot to plot temperature vs. distance.
If you are using AEDT Icepak, then you need to create a polyline, then use Icepak->Results->Create field reports->Rectangular plots. In the panel, select the polyline as geometry and increase the number of points to get a smooth curve. Select temperature as quantity and click on New report to obtain temperature vs. distance.
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