Finite element based thermal analysis sequential and parallel methods. by Fida H. Chishti

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Thesis (Ph.D.), University of East Anglia, School of Information Systems, 1993.

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Finite Element Analysis of Weld Thermal Cycles Using ANSYS aims at educating a young researcher on the transient analysis of welding thermal cycles using ANSYS. It essentially deals with the methods of calculation of the arc heat in a welded component when the analysis is simplified into either a cross sectional analysis or an in-plane analysis.

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The analysis of steady state thermal field was resolved in sequential electromagnetic-thermal coupled method which takes the electromagnetic loss of nodes as the heat sources in thermal field calculation.

In this way, the thermal field in each component of the.

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