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How to change geometry from one physics to another in coupled physics

Praveen Venkatesh Vasan

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Hello, I am currently simulating EMW transmission and reflection in RF module. I have done the basic simulation with just RF module(air domain and polymer as dielectric material domain). The new task is to incorporate the injection moulding process parameters like mould temperature, tool temperature, cooling temperature etc., to the material properties. 1. Is there a way to involve them in material properties itself or should I use heat conduction in solids as the physics first with just dielectric material domain in the geometry and then use it for EMW physics by including air domain in the geometry as well. 2. Is there a way to do it easily.

Thanks in advance


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