Hello. I will be doing some experiments with boron steel. The idea is to heat a steel specimen (200x20x1,5 mm dimensions) to 950°C and then quickly transfer it from the oven to the die at room temperature. When the specimen reaches the steel die it will supposedly be at around 800°C. At this temperature, the upper and lower die close and come into contact with the specimen which rapidly cools and quenches in 15 seconds. Since the tool is not cooled, I am now trying to calculate an approximate time when the dies will be at certain temperature (lets say around 60- 80°C) beacuse of the heat conduction from the specimen. The upper and lower die combined are approximately 200x200x150mm in size. Since I will be doing this experiment repeatedly I need at least some kind of orientation how long the experiments will last. Thank you for any help or advice.