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Old   January 2, 2016, 22:43
Default How can I get the max temperature?
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Hello friends!
Now I was modeling a 3D geometry(a big geometry contain many small geometry ).If I want to get the max temperature of one small geometry ,which report type is the best choice?There are many max temperature such as suface integrals-Facet Maximum ;Surface integrals-vertex maximum ;volume integrals-maximum .I found that the value of them are different.Which is the true max temperature of the small geometry that I was interested in.
When I display the temperature coutours of the geometry I found that the max temperature are different whether I choose the "node values ".Which is the max temperature(choose the node value or not choose?)
Thank you in advance!
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