March 15, 2022 at 6:01 amSanghoonParkSubscriber
Hi, I'm trying to find the temperature change in magnetic fields using Ansys HFSS and Ansys Icepak.
However, for 2-way coupling simulation, I learned that "Thermal modifier" equations is needed such as, if(Temp>1000,1,if(Temp<-273.15,1.1)).
I think that the properties of thermal equation is different followed by what material it is used for example, gold, copper or other materials.
Is there any dataset of Thermal Modifier equations about several materials?
I want to know about gold, copper Thermal Modifier equations of Bulk conductivity, Thermal conductivity, Relative permittivity and Dielectric Loss tangent.
Best Regards.March 21, 2022 at 5:14 pmPraneethForum Moderator
The thermal modifiers are dependent on how the material is manufactured and how it is processed.
It is suggested to get this data from the manufacturer or the supplier.
You can also use any experimental data to find the thermal properties.
All the very best Praneeth.
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