February 16, 2021 at 8:41 amoumaimalahmar.olSubscriberHello, heeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeelp,nI defined a material by myself in Workbench, and I am getting the following this error nThe reference temperature for the thermal expansion coefficient differs from the reference temperature of one or more bodies. The data will be adjusted to have a zero thermal strain at the reference temperature of each body. If the number of temperature points is sparse this could cause invalid values to be used for calculations. The recommendation is to have the same reference temperature on the bodies as the thermal expansion coefficient's reference temperature in Engineering Data or a dense number of temperature points.n
February 16, 2021 at 4:00 pmGovindan NagappanAnsys EmployeenYou can set strain free temperature(reference temperature) in nmaterial properties(Engineering data application)nin details of body (Mechanical application)n in details of static structural branch(Mechanical application). nYou have defined different values for reference temperature in Engineering data and in the details of body. Message indicates that the reference temperature defined in details of body will be used for the analysis. Make sure this is the input you want to useIn details of body(Mechanical application)nn
February 16, 2021 at 4:04 pmoumaimalahmar.olSubscriberyes thank you I have solved the problemn
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