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Adds a temperature monitor to the DEVICE simulation environment. The monitor can only be added if the simulation environment already has a 'HEAT' or 'CHARGE' (or both) solver present.

 

Supported Product: DEVICE

 

Syntax

Description

addtemperaturemonitor;

Adds a temperature monitor to the simulation environment. This format of the command is only application when only one solver is present in the model tree.

This function does not return any data.

 

If multiple solvers are present then use the second format

addtemperaturemonitor("solver_name");

This format of the command will add a temperature monitor to the solver defined by the argument. The "solver name" will be either “CHARGE” or “HEAT.” For the CHARGE solver, the temperature monitor only works if the "temperature dependence" is set to "non-isothermal" or "coupled."

 

Example

The following script command will add a 2D y-normal temperature monitor to the CHARGE solver region and set its dimension.

addtemperaturemonitor("CHARGE");

set("name","Tmap");

set("monitor type",6);  # 2 = linear x, 3 = linear y, 4 = linear z, 5 = 2D x-normal, 6 = 2D y-normal, 7 = 2D z-normal, 8 = 3D

set("x",0);

set("x span",2e-6);

set("y",0);

set("z",0);

set("z span",10e-6);

 

See Also

Adding Objects, set, addheatfluxmonitor

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