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The Cool analyses are heat transfer analysis products designed to analyze flow of heat in plastic injection molds. The principle goals of these analyses are to determine temperatures in the plastic filled cavity and throughout the mold, and to determine the cooling time.
This topic provides you with a comprehensive list of all of the modeling tasks for a Cool analysis.
When you run a Cool analysis, you can specify whether to set the injection + packing + cooling time manually (specified), or as automatic.
Steady state cool analyses provide an accurate way to analyze the cycle-averaged temperature distribution for a given cycle. The results are then used to optimize the design of your mold and ensure the production of a quality part.
During an injection molding cycle, the mold temperatures, especially those in contact with the part, will heat up and cool down slightly around the average temperature. Typically, a mold will be hotter during the filling stage, and cooler during the pressurization and cooling stages. The Transient cool analyses enable you to see how the mold temperature varies with time.