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Old   November 15, 2023, 08:11
Default Induction heating a steel bar (Maxwell - CFD)
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Hello, I wrap the steel bar in the figure with a coil and simulate it in Ansys Maxwell. Then, I want to transfer it to Ansys Fluent and see how long it has heated up in transient analysis. However, even after a long period of time, only a few degrees of temperature increase is achieved. I think the reason for this is because only joule heating is used in Maxwell. I think that if I can perform induction heating, I can achieve a high temperature increase in a very short time, as in reality. I am waiting for your suggestions on how I can do induction heating with Ansys. Thanks.
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