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Is it also possible to enter the temperature for a surface in the XZ plane by using the height (variable in Z)?


Yes, it is possible.

When applying a new surface load, it is possible to set 'Temperature' as the load type. Instead of applying a uniform load distribution, it is possible to apply a variable load distribution (for example, linear in Z).

For the load values, you can control if a constant temperature or a delta temperature should be applied.

This results in the following load specification:

And the following results (here the deformation):


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