If you can find a link-able dimension, yes, you can do in goal optimization inflow sim.
Thanks for quick response.
I have the link-able dimension see. picture.
But my problem is the equation, something like (outlet1+outlet2+outlet3) / 3. Shall go out from each outlet.
How can i set up this in a equation ?
I can only have 1 variable dimension and 1 goal.
You can run the problem once, establish the variances from ideal and adjust the flow areas of the three ports accordingly, assuming that flow rate is proportional to the flow area (which it typically is).
Thanks for all help.
I have not solve the problem, maby it can't be solved with Goal Optimization in Paramitric Studies.
Because you can only insert one goal criteria, and i have not find a folmula for this, how says that the surface 1,2,3 for the outlet air should
be 1/3 each of the inlet air.
In order to vary the lower dimension as you wanted, I used the inclination angle of the back plate as a variable.
For the study I set the pressure as you indicate in the picture and used the outlets to obtain the flowrate goals. With these goals as objectives I set up the optimization.
These were the results I got (keep in mind the model is much simpler):
Maybe if you could post your model I could take a more in depth look at the problem.