Hello guys, I'll try to make this quick and painless.
Im using Simulation Pro.
I'm running a simple transient thermal analysis as a proof of concept.
2 simple plates stacked directly on top of eachother, with heat power going into the top, a base plate temperature (300 K), and some air convection running over the topSee diagram below.
My end goal is to run a design study where I can use the copper plate thickness, t as my variable, and run multiple iterations of the thermal simulation.
THEN I need to plot these values on a simple XY graph, showing the different temperatures ( or even total thermal resistance ) at different thicknesses.
Is this possible? If not, is there any other way I can go about getting this final end product? (other than manually changing the thickness and creating a graph)