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how to deform the copper ring by removing the outside layer where the temperature reaches the melting point?
Posted Aug 7, 2013, 10:42 AM EDT Version 4.3b 0 Replies
In a coupled problem of magnetic field and thermal stress, in which a copper ring is heated and also electromagnetic force is applied on it, the temperature of the outside layer of the ring exceeds the melting point.
I was wondering how to deform the copper ring by removing the outside layer where the temperature reaches the melting point?
Of course, it should consider the heat dissipation due to melting copper that is removed from the model. It is noteworthy, that plasticity deformation has been considered in the model as well.
Hello Behrooz Rezaeealam
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