September 25, 2023 at 2:17 pmRong JinSubscriber
I'm using SPH to simulate a high-velocity impact problem.
The material type I used is MAT 15, whose history variable 5 is the temperature change. Now I would like to output all the temperature changes for all the SPH nodes in one part and it will take a very long time to read the result file and output the plot due to a large number of SPH nodes used. So, I would like to know whether it is possible to output all the element temperatures of the part when setting the keyword DATABASE. I've checked the manual but I cannot find which keyword to use.
For instance, the nodal information can be output as nodout file and the energy information can be output as matsum.
September 27, 2023 at 4:25 pmReno GenestAnsys Employee
What are you trying to do? You can plot history variable 5 as a fringe plot or contour plot (color plot) on the part itself by post-processing the d3plot database. Would this be enough? Or do you need to get the exact temperature change value for each SPH particle? What are you trying to do with this data?
September 27, 2023 at 5:38 pmRong JinSubscriber
I would like to output the temperature change value for all SPH particles. I understand what you mentioned is to use the history plot in the post section to output the data. However, it will take very long time to read the data due to the large number of particles. Thus, I would like to know whether it is possible to generate a file, such as matsum or nodout, which I can easily read these temperature data?
September 27, 2023 at 5:37 pmRong JinSubscriber
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