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Thermal analysis results

Question asked by Spencer Mintram on Nov 9, 2012
Latest reply on Nov 12, 2012 by Spencer Mintram



I'm studying the effect of electrically generated heat power on connectors from battery packs, and am new to the simulation software.

I was wondering if anyone could explain the results I am getting...

After applying an initial temperature of 293K to all faces, then applying a Heat Power to one of the faces, and running a transient analysis for 15 seconds, the temperatures across the connector that I am getting out are quoted as 9.503e1 K - obviously not actually correct - my only thought was that they could be temperature gain? As in final temp is 95K above the initial 293K... is this correct?


Any help/advice with setting up boundary conditions for this type of thermal analysis would be greatly appreciated.