May 8, 2023 at 8:57 amNiranjan PathakSubscriber
I want to Simulate Temperature rise test of circuit breaker. I can do that simulation with Ansys Thermal- Electric module as well,however I can't consider air domain in this method and have to approximate heat transfer coeffient.I want to consider fluid domain without need to approximate heat transfer coeffient.For that I need to couple Ansys Maxwell with Ansys Fluent. I have never used Ansys Maxwell before.Can anyone help me with this? Any link to tutorial/webinar will be appreciated.Thanks
May 8, 2023 at 6:32 pmFederico Alzamora PrevitaliSubscriber
We have launched Ansys Innovation Courses, a new online platform offering free learning on demand for students, educators and professional engineers. The Innovation Courses integrate real-world simulation cases studies with physics theory short courses, and include lecture videos, handouts, exercises and more.
For example, I could suggest this course: ETM Using Ansys Maxwell and Icepak - ANSYS Innovation Courses
May 9, 2023 at 4:42 amNiranjan PathakSubscriber
Thank You for reply.
Icepak needs to convert current geometry to icepak bodies.My assembly is complex so can't use Icepak.And I am mechanical enginner using Ansys Maxwell for the first time.Can you please tell me if there are specific courses related to circuit breakers.I think there were but not available now.I have attached screenshots . Also My problem is this : Temperature Rise Simulation of Medium Voltage Cubicle Type Gas Insulated Switch-Gear Based on Coupling of Multi-Physical Field
May 9, 2023 at 1:16 pmFederico Alzamora PrevitaliSubscriber
I could not find any specific material for circuit breakers.
To get you started on using Ansys Maxwell, I would still suggest our Ansys Innovation Courses | Ansys Innovation Space. You can also go through our Ansys Resource Center | Webinars, White Papers and Articles to find some application-specific webinars.
Finally, for more specific training, you may consider subscribing to our Ansys Learning Hub - Learn from Experts at Your own Pace.
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