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Steady State Initial Temperature

Question asked by Kevin Spradley on Apr 13, 2007
Latest reply on May 3, 2007 by Vince Adams
All,
I am trying to complete a simple steady state thermal analysis. However, I would like to use an initial temperature for theassembly.  When I pick Temperature from the Load/Restraintsection, the only option available is just Temperature.  So, Iselect all my components and set them to a temperature. However, the results are all at that temperature with nothermal gradiants across the part.  If I remove thetemperature load/restraint, I get the gradiant, but the overallsteady state temp can not be correct.  


How can I define a steady state initial temperature for myassembly?


Thank you,
Kevin

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