|September 4, 2009, 12:52||
conjugate heat transfer with Workbench 12
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I have to simulate air flow and thermal phenomenom in an electronics package.
It's only cooled by natural convection, so I must optimize vents.
I've heard about Icepak but don't have it.
So I'll probably use CFX.
I assume it's a "conjugate heat transfer analysis" as :
- Temperatures will modify air flow
- Air flow will modifiy temperatures
I'm familiar with Workbench (12), structural and thermal.
I've never used Ansys products outside Workbench.
So, Is there some tutorial that I could follow for making a conjugate heat transfer analysis staying inside Workbench ?
Thanks for any advice,
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