Thermal analyses are available in ANSYS® as both transient and steady-state. As you already know from other articles about the FEA analyses in engineering, you must obtain the required mesh structure and boundary conditions. After that, you can measure the required results.
Here we explain how to see the temperature result in ANSYS® thermal analysis.
Doing this is very simple. You just need to right-click on the ‘Solution’ tab in thermal analysis. And hover your mouse on the ‘Insert’ menu. Click on the ‘Temperature’ to add the temperature solution to the analysis tree.
Then click on the ‘Solve’ button above to see the temperature solution of your thermal FEA analysis in ANSYS® Mechanical.
Temperature analysis is very simple like above in ANSYS® thermal FEA analyses.
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