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plot of force for tensile test simulaion

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Hi Pavan Kumar,

You can create a cross section for a set of elements and create an output block for the section (/TH/SECTIO), which will have the force as output. Please go through /TH/SECTIO in Help Menu for more information on the output variables.

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Hi Pavan,

If you have an interface in the model you can create an output for the same (/TH/INTER) and you can output the forces along the interface. Similarly for the /TH/SHEL you can choose a set of elements and can output stress and strain tensor, internal energy, element thickness...etc for those elements. Please go through the Help Menu about the various outputs available for these output blocks.

The output blocks are created based on users need. That is, if the user wants to know the normal contact forces a /TH/INTER will be created. For a set of elements if the user wants to know the strain tensor or internal energy, a /TH/SHEL output block will be created. To output forces for a set of elements user has to create an output block for /TH/SECTIO.

Please go through https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1BnhOzRVkEQ&index=6&list=PLQ7KUGFuVz4u5y3SvIEIU07427-gATaG6 which discuss about output blocks in RADIOSS.

 

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On 2017/11/13 at 11:30 PM, Pavan Kumar said:

Hi,

 

I am doing tensile test simulation in hyperworks using imposed velocity load collector, can anyone explain  how to get forces in output results.

 

Hi Pavan,

How did you do the tensile test simulation, explicit or implicit method in radioss? How did you do with the long duration solution time?

 

Roy

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