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simlab with optistruct - nonlinear temperature load

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hello

i am new user for simlab 2019.2 . And now i want to simulate a nonlinear problem that about 2 combine plate with a thermal load by time varied. For example, all simulated body heated from 300K to 400K in 20s. 

 

I want to analysis the stress and strain by time varied.

Can i got some tip or material ?

THANKS! 

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HELLO

THANK for your reply.

 

My study is the reliability of electronic plate analysis. I want to simulate the object heated and cooled (thermal cycle test), then got the stress and strain.

The temperature condition like this,  and my model is just a simple PCB (3 piece combined)

image.png.57fd58cc296759f57db50b96a678b581.pngimage.png.4c5ed5bbbd5c6fdc8a24f543ef24e1c9.png

How is the problem solver by using SIMLAB ?

THANKS

 

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On 6/3/2020 at 9:32 AM, felixWang said:

HELLO

THANK for your reply.

 

My study is the reliability of electronic plate analysis. I want to simulate the object heated and cooled (thermal cycle test), then got the stress and strain.

The temperature condition like this,  and my model is just a simple PCB (3 piece combined)

image.png.57fd58cc296759f57db50b96a678b581.pngimage.png.4c5ed5bbbd5c6fdc8a24f543ef24e1c9.png

How is the problem solver by using SIMLAB ?

THANKS

 

 

HI ALPHA

 

I study some paper like simulation the thermal cycle, another paper analysis the results 

image.png.b3d51d233b4c95534432651c60156f3a.png

 

how can i do this job in simlab? 

THANKS

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