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Old   February 21, 2014, 18:22
Default Conduction as a function of Distance
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I'm interested in modeling temperature distribution in a composite block who's conduction differs as a function of x in Ansys Mechanical.

Say for example k(x)= x^2+25, how then would I transfer that information into something that ANSYS would recognize?

It seems that the tabular data only allows for k(Temperature).

Thanks!! I'm pretty new to the modeling business.
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