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Old   May 10, 2020, 15:34
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Hi everybody,

I'm experiencing some troubles in AEDT 19.2 trying to do a multi-physics sim. I pretend to compute the Joule heating in Maxwell (no problem with this) and perform a thermal analysis on Icepak (inside AEDT). I have no problem linking the volumetric heat loss into Icepak and I can compute the thermal effects properly.

But I am stuck trying to sending back the temperature solution to Maxwell in order to do a iterative simulation and update thermal dependent materials. I want to do this sim back and forth but I don't know how to do it. As far as I know AEDT 19.1 already released this capability so it shouldn't be a problem.

I've googling a bit and I not sure if this could be done directly in AEDT or through ansys workbench.

Does any body have an idea about it?

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