Here is another application: I do a lot of 2D thick film heating design. These elements are typically rectangular and have lines of equal potential along two opposite sides i.e. One edge is 240V and the one opposite is ground (0V). The remaining edges are insulated. From time to time, I need to design elements that are not completely rectangular and need to determine the current flow through the film from one side to the other. This current density is difficult to predict because the resistance is temperature dependent and it is difficult to also predict lines of equal potential.
If I could simulate this situation, i.e. the current flow (density) and the local resistance, then I could calculate the heat generated on this heater. This could then be super imposed on the substrate material and the performance of the entire assembly could be simulated.
Is there a way that this can be modelled within the current offering of SimScale?