|November 16, 2009, 20:25||
field function to point variable temperature
Join Date: Nov 2009
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Hi to all!
I've made a field function relating to this equation:
R = 3E-10 *T^3 - 6E-08 *T^2 + 3E-05 *T + 0,0148
where R is the thermal resistance and T is the temperature of my component.
Now I want to relate T value to surface points and mapping the distribution of R
How can i put inside the equation the variable temperature refering to the surface temperature distribution?
If it could not be possible, how can I relateT to the warmest surface point?
Thank you to everybody !
|November 25, 2009, 01:46||
Join Date: Mar 2009
Posts: 223Rep Power: 9
on the surface the system field function $Temperature is what you required - the local surface temperature - to double check simply create a scalar scene with that surface as the part and Temperature as the field function. So simply substute $Temperature for T in your equation. Then display R on the scene to see that it looks sensible.
If you do want the warmest point, create a Max report of temperature with the surface as the input part. Then use the newly created report field function (named something like Report.MaxTemp) is your equation.
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