March 29, 2022 at 9:14 ammunkhunurSubscriber
Analysis has 2 steps of loading. One is bolt pretension, and the second is displacement loading.
When I see the results of the force reaction regarding the displacement boundary condition, I can see the list below figure.
Is this possible to see and find the exact time step regarding, for example, 30000 N force?
This finding is because I wanted to observe the MAX shear stress corresponding to the value 30000N.
Any help please to achieve my purpose.
UnurMarch 29, 2022 at 1:02 pmChandra SekaranAnsys EmployeeHi, looking at the table I am not sure if you are applying the pretension in 1st load step, then 'lock' it in the second load step and then apply the displacement loading.
Anyway to answer your original question you may want to linearly interpolate and find the time at which the force will be 30000 N. Then use that time when reviewing results.
March 29, 2022 at 1:58 pmmunkhunurSubscriberDear CS Thank you.
For the elastic range, It is no problem to use linear interpolation to find intermediate values. For the plastic range, if the value is close to a yielding point, interpolation does not make sense to find interesting values. Am I right? In this case, what should I do? Or, Should I use the value approximately as linear interpolation to show the stress plot in the plastic range?
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