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How can I find temperature distribution over plate by moving radiative heat source?

How can I find temperature distribution over plate by moving radiative heat source?

How can I find temperature distribution over plate by moving radiative heat source?

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Hello everyone,

I am doing the transient thermal simulation in ANSYS Apdl. I am heating the surface area of carbon fibre with moving Infrared lamp heat source. There is radiation between the surface of carbon fibre and the heat source. I want to find the temperature distribution over the plate when it is heated by moving the infrared lamp. Can anyone please share the idea of how to do it or anyone has a script to run such kind of simulation?
I have attached the script where a heat source is parallel to carbon fibre and first I want to simulate temperature distribution over there!
I will be very thankful to you!

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