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#1 2022-01-12 02:38:40

CASIO
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Registered: 2021-10-05
Posts: 19

How to display moment and axial force

I am making a structure in 3D and want to know the moment(MFX,MFY,MFZ) and axial force(N) of a certain part.

I want you to know how you can set these to display.

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#2 2022-01-12 21:13:40

mihe
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From: ENGCALengineeringcalculations
Registered: 2008-04-08
Posts: 256

Re: How to display moment and axial force

You can print to .resu file with:

TABLE1=POST_RELEVE_T(ACTION=(

     _F(RESULTAT=YOURRESULTAT,POINT=(0.0,0.0,0.0), GROUP_NO='YOURGROUPNAME',   INTITULE='YOURGROUPNAME', OPERATION='EXTRACTION',NOM_CHAM='FORC_NODA',RESULTANTE=('DX','DY','DZ'), MOMENT=('DRX', 'DRY', 'DRZ'),MOYE_NOEUD='OUI',),

      ),);

IMPR_TABLE(TABLE=TABLE1,FORMAT='TABLEAU',);

BR/Micke


Salome Meca 2019 on Ubuntu 18

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#3 2022-01-14 21:50:30

hberro
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From: Palaiseau, France
Registered: 2011-07-05
Posts: 94

Re: How to display moment and axial force

These components are not available in 3d modeling. Rotational dofs are only available with structural elements like beams and shells.

Ceci dit,

For certain geometric configurations you can create a "fake" beam elements (or 0D discrete) and link it to a section of your structure using affe char meca.

This can transit the kinematics and with the right boundary conditions, you can also determine the moments in a local axis of the fictive element.

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#4 Yesterday 02:39:22

CASIO
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Registered: 2021-10-05
Posts: 19

Re: How to display moment and axial force

Thank you for answering.
I will try your way

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