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Regarding thermal modeling of cubesat using ansys software

Regarding thermal modeling of cubesat using ansys software

Regarding thermal modeling of cubesat using ansys software

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Dear friends,

good day to everyone,

I require some help to do thermal analysis of mini satellite using ANSYS, Previously i was success in developing thermal model for LUNAR ORBITER using NASTRAN/TMG, i had very good control of the software.

I dont have much proficiency on ANSYS software, Please anyone can assist me by providing some file,

Regards,
VIJAY B R

RE: Regarding thermal modeling of cubesat using ansys software

A quick google search for "Ansys Icepak Tutorials" turns up this pdf that should be a good start to learn how to do thermal analysis in Icepak. http://emlab.uiuc.edu/manuals/icepak.pdf

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