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rigid wall force in hypercrash( radioss)

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Hello,

 

I want to read rigid wall force in the hypercrash (radioss) how can I read this?

I use FOPT however, it shows zero amount ( I want to get the total rigid wall force)

 

Best,

sara

 

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Hi Sara,

To get the forces for the rigid wall, you need to put it in time history. /TH/RWALL/thgroup_id. To perform the same in HyperCrash, select the rigid wall>>right click and select data history>>yes.

In HyperGraph, select the T01 file from which you can plot the rigid wall forces.

 

 

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Hi,

 

cross plotting was discussed in:

On 3/14/2016 at 5:42 AM, Prakash Pagadala said:

Abhishek,

 

here is a video which shows on how to plot for Stress Vs Strain in HyperGraph.

 

Similarly you can do the same for Force Vs Displacement. 

 

 Before that, you need to create output blocks for elements to write stress and strain results to T01 file.

 

 Please refer to TH/SHELL for more information.

CrossPlot.swf

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Hello Ivan,

 

thank you very much for your answer!

 

How do i record the displacement of the rigid wall? In the time history options of the rigid wall you can choose the forces as variables only.

 

Unlike with rigid bodys there is no master node in rigid walls to record the displacemnt separately.

 

Thank you very much for your help.

 

Tim

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