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Calculate stress based on two 3d model; initial 3D model and deformed 3D model.

    • J. Co. Lim
      Subscriber

      Hello.

      I have two models. 

      Firstly, I have a initial 3d model to produce a box structure that can contain someting. 

      I also have another 3d model that was acquired from 3d scan data. 

      The scanned data was measuring the box structure that had been degraded by some experiments. 

       

      So, I want to calculate the stress using deformation between initial 3d model and deformed 3d scan model.

      Although I don't know the way, I think stress can be simply calculated from stress-strain relationship. 

       

      If someone has any relevant reference or method, please let me know. 

      Thanks a lot.

       

       

    • Ashish Khemka
      Ansys Employee

      Hi @Janggyun,

       

      You can create a 3D model using the STL file (generally this format is output by scanners) and then perform an analysis on the same.

      TUTORIAL | Tips to Convert a STL file Using SPACECLAIM (ANSYS) and SOLIDWORKS in a Solid Model - Bing video

      Regards,

      Ashish Khemka

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      Can you post images of the original and degraded box structure?

      Can you describe what loads were applied to the original box structure to degrade it?

      • J. Co. Lim
        Subscriber

        May I get you mail addresss? 

        It's hard to upload images online. 

        The loads are thermal shock. I mean that the deformation was induced by plastic thermal deformation.

        And the material's stress-strain curve can be regarded as bi-linear curve (one for elastic, the other for plastic)

        Thanks.

         

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

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