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I have carried out 1million load cycles test of two masonry arches in lab.February 3, 2021 at 8:19 pmDaniel ShawAnsys EmployeeI am not sure that I understand the question. If you ran the physical tests, you would use those results to construct the SN/EN curve. You would then use the Fatigue Tool to evaluate the fatigue damage cause by other loadings. Although, 2 tests are not sufficient to develop a realistic SN/EN curve.nAre you attempting to use Mechanical to construct the SN/EN curves? SN/EN curves relate failure to stress/strain cycles. They essentially model crack growth per loading cycle. In theory, I guess you could use Mechanical to model crack growth per cycle and use that data to construct a SN/EN curve, but you would need a crack growth law that was appropriate for masonry material. Paris's Law is only applicable to ductile metal.nFebruary 16, 2021 at 4:15 pmcnacSubscriberHello DanielnFor Masonry I would like to write UPF code to capture progressive damage under cyclic loading using CZM. This is where I would like to get some help on how to link coded files with ANSYS work bench. Also is it necessary to have all three;nMicrosoft Visual Studio Professional 2017 Version 15.0 (including the MS C++ compiler), nIntel C++ 2019.3.203 and nIntel Visual FORTRAN 2019.3.203 compilersnnfor coding in ANSYS 2020 R2? I havenMicrosoft Visual Studio Community 2017 Version 15.0 (including the MS C++ compiler), nis this good enough? Do you have any learning resources about how coded files are linked or referred in ANSYS 2020 Workbench?nKind regardsnMarch 8, 2021 at 3:57 pmDaniel ShawAnsys EmployeeI would check the Ansys Learning Hub to see if they have any resources on linking files into MechanicalnViewing 3 reply threads
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