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How to plot energy curve of impact analysis in SL?

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After run Radioss impact analysis, I do not know how to plot energy curves of impact analysis in SL?

I can use with HV/HG, I would like to know SL can do directly?

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Hello Alpha

 

After running Radioss analysis you can plot the energy curves from the results in SimLab using the Plot tool from Results > Results > XY Plot.

Please follow the steps as follows using the XY Plot tool

1. Set the Data type as Loadcase/Frequency.

2. For X data select the Loadcase button. From the Loadcases sub dialog select the time steps of your choice.

3. For Y data select the results component as Specific Energy.

4. Select the nodes for which you want to plot the energy curve from the model and click plot.

 

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The energy curves are plotted for the selected nodes from the model in differentiating colors.

 

Kindly let us know if you face any difficulties.

 

Thanks & Regards

Nantha Kumar N

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Thanks Nantha

 

This is crash analysis (not frequency response), we usually plot kinetic/total/hourglass energy vs time (not vs frequency). This data is in T01 file.

 

I think Simlab XY plot only can import *.csv file. T01 is binary file.

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Transient animation result also need a lot of time to load. Very slow.

I think I should come back HV/HG for crash simulation and wait for future Simlab version.

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Hello Alpha

 

Currently in SimLab we donot support importing of T01 file and plotting of energy curves using that file.

 

This support for plotting of energy curves using T01 files for Radioss Impact analysis will be supported in SimLab in the upcoming version.

 

Once supported we will let you know.

 

Thanks & Regards

Nantha Kumar N

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