November 15, 2020 at 9:56 ammustafadundarSubscriberHi anyone; nI want to tensile test graph. Bu I don't konow how to create Tensile test graph on ANSYS. Can I help you? n
November 18, 2020 at 2:51 pmDragana JandricAnsys EmployeenIf you want to plot Stress/strain after the solution, you can use Chart and plot Normal stress in Y/Total mechanical strain in Y. First use user defined results and get the Normal stress in Y and total strain in Y for one node, then use Chart scoped on these two objects. Please see the images of the dog bone example below. nSelect a node in the circled region nUse User Defined results for that node to get Normal Stress in Y for that node. Do the same to get the Total strain in Y for that node.nThen insert Chart. For the Outline Selection in the details view - select Normal Stress and EPTOY and apply, then select entities that you would like to plot (Output Quantities) nn
February 2, 2021 at 9:08 pmChihiSubscriberi have the same problem but on Mechanical APDL Ansys Classic. Could you help me aswell to get the same graph aswell ?nthank you!n
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