February 2, 2021 at 1:13 pmaseahmedSubscriberhello,nI need to present a contour of temperature difference of two contours of temperature.nit's like substarcting two countours from each otherncan I do that using ansys mechanical thermal anaylsis ??n
February 2, 2021 at 7:53 pmpeteroznewmanSubscribernYes, use a Solution Combination.nhttps://forum.ansys.com/discussion/10103/pre-stress-from-static-analysis-possibly-not-being-taken-into-consideration-in-harmonic-analysisn
February 3, 2021 at 8:32 amaseahmedSubscribernsolution combination feature is not supported for thermal analysis. is there another solution ??n
February 3, 2021 at 11:04 ampeteroznewmanSubscribernExport the temperatures to a text file from each single result.nImport those two files into a single Excel file.nMake a new column to subtract one temperature from the other at each node.nCopy that new column and Paste Values.nDelete the three temperature columns, keeping the newest column of values.nSave that file with the difference column in the same format as a single result.nUse External Data component in Workbench to import the difference data.nPlot that contour.n
February 3, 2021 at 2:37 pmaseahmedSubscriberthis is working thank you.nbut I am comparing two models with a slight change in geometry and with this method I can not make sure that every node has a number and location similar to the node from the other model.nis there a method i can include x y coordinates of every node?n
February 4, 2021 at 1:24 ampeteroznewmanSubscribernThis is the method that includes the coordinates. Didn't you try it out?.ode NumbertX Location (mm)tY Location (mm)tZ Location (mm)tTemperature (?C)n1t2.466t43.009t0.t34.89n2t2.466t0.t0.t34.889n3t2.466t38.23t0.t34.888n4t2.466t33.452t0.t34.889n5t2.466t28.673t0.t34.891n6t2.466t23.894t0.t34.891n7t2.466t19.115t0.t34.892n8t2.466t14.336t0.t34.892n9t2.466t9.5576t0.t34.892n10t2.466t4.7788t0.t34.891n
February 9, 2021 at 8:01 amaseahmedSubscriberyes it works, thank youn
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