|March 31, 2012, 02:16||
temperature dependent internal heat generation
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I'm a beginner in ANSYS and I'm interested in adding a heat source to a body that is temperature dependent.
It's something like: constant*(50-T), where the constant has units (W/m3/celcius) and 50 is in celcius. It accepts constants and operations but not T or TEMP...
With this heat source, the heat equation is still linear, but what if I want to add something like exp(-T) that makes the heat equation nonlinear? Is the same procedure?
Thanks a lot!
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