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  1. Hello, excuse me for interrupting. I am doing a simple Steady State Heat Transfer problem with the aim of undestanding how HyperMesh/OptiStruct Works with heat fluxes. My case is a cube on which there are 3 fluxes applied on 3 different faces (red faces in the photo) and there are 2 faces for the convection (cian faces). I am trying to verify if introduced heat is the same as evacuated heat. I know the applied power and I am looking for the way to obtain the evacuated fluxes, normal to the convection faces. Perhaps exists a card for this purpose, but I don't find it. I know that, if I plot the "elemente fluxes" I can obtain the flux of an element in the three directions, (X,Y,Z), but this flux is proper to the control volumen, no to the normal face of evacuation.To sum up, I want to know if there is an option to know the evacuated heat in a Steady State Heat Transfer problem, the flux normal to the convection Surface. Greetings, DavidSol.
  2. Hi, i am working on my bachelor thesis at the moment, in which i need to simulate the heat transfer absorbed by a laser. Therefore i want to apply different heat fluxes which overlap and run only for 1 second. After 1 second i want the second heat flux to start and also run for only 1 second. How can i do this? Thanks, Erdinc
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