October 4, 2017 at 12:20 pmpglAnsys Employee
BFINT temperature for shell element doesn’t match with the table input through BFE
October 17, 2017 at 9:36 amArunAnsys Employee
Temperatures may be input as element body loads at the corners of the outside faces of the element and at the corners of the interfaces between layers. For the one layer shell element 8 temperature are required as input T1 through T8. BFE commands specifies temperatures T1 through T4 when STLOC=1. To specify temperature T5 through T8 extra BFE command should be used with STLOC=5. If STLOC = 5, data input in the VAL1 field applies to the fifth element item and so on. EX. BFE,ALL,TEMP,1,%TEMPTABLE%! Specifies temperature T1 through T4 BFE,ALL,TEMP,5,%TEMPTABLE%! Specifies temperature T5 through T8
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