TAGGED: #Maxwell, AEDT-ICEPAK
April 14, 2023 at 6:36 amSung ki SonSubscriber
I have a question about the two-way coupling between Ansys Icepak and Maxwell in the context of designing a simple conduction heater with a constant current value. I have created a thermal modifier for bulk conductivity that incorporates temperature dependence, and I have enabled feedback in the 'Temperature of Objects' panel. However, despite the increase in temperature during Icepak iterations, the power remains constant in the results. I am considering revising the value of 22°C in the 'Temperature of Objects' panel to a variable named 'Temp'. Can you provide insights on this approach?
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