In this article, we will show you how to define the thermal condition of a body or bodies that you imported into ANSYS Mechanical. So, defining Thermal Condition is a very important thing if you have a par tor body that works in much higher temperature degrees, you need to define it in ANSYS Mechanical. And also this is a very important boundary condition in the finite element method in ANSYS.
How to Define Thermal Condition in ANSYS Mechanical?
To assign a thermal condition to a part in ANSYS Mechanical, right-click on the analysis system as shown by the green arrow above(Static Structural in this example), hover your mouse on the Insert tab as shown in the red box, then click on Thermal Condition as shown by the red arrow.
Secondly, select the geometry that you will define your thermal condition as shown by the green arrow above. You can choose only bodies in this boundary condition. After that, click on the Apply button in the Geometry section of Thermal Condition in ANSYS Mechanical, as shown by the red arrow above.
And then, define your temperature value as shown in the red box above in ANSYS® Mechanical.
Finally, we defined the body temperature value in ANSYS Mechanical. The body temperature value is defined as shown in the red box above in ANSYS Mechanical. It is very simple like that.
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