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Old   November 8, 2019, 09:24
Default Mechanical (Steady state Thermal)
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I'm interested to simulate the temperature inside a solid rotor with Mechanical (Steady state Thermal) from Workbench. I have in a first step simulated through CFX the flowdynamic in the same centrifugal compressor (a CHT simulation). I would export the temperature field from some wall to import it in Mechanical for the next simulation as thermal load.
What is the correct procedure?
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