Thanks for the prompt reply. I have managed to fix the issue using imprint in CAD tools.
Currently a problem surfaced for me after successfully running the simulation. I have a chip which is made up of silicon and has absolute power of 3.7W. I would like to show that airflow will help to cool the chip.
In real life scenario the chip is supposed to have a temperature of 75 degrees celsius. However, Simscale is showing the temperature to exceed 100 degree celsius despite having cool air of 25 degrees celcsius entering the compartment. Furthermore, an increase in airflow for cooling does not help to decrease chip temperature.
Is there a way to show the chip temperature reaching maximum of 70-80 degrees celsius and there is a drop in temperature due to increase airflow. Any help will be greatly appreciated.
You can take a look at the last 2 simulation runs, “Sucking Air In V3” and “Blowing Air Out V3”.