use element principle stres, S and element node temperature to calculate node stress and node temper
February 17, 2021 at 6:03 amchenqingsenSubscriberAccording to the Mises example, we can get the stress component of the node by solving the average value of the stress component of the node connecting element. Get the element stress code as follows:nanalysis=ExtAPI.DataModel.Project.Model.Analysesnreader=analysis.GetResultsData()nstress=reader.GetResult(S)nPRIN_S is used to obtain the principal stress of element nodes and BFE is used to obtain the element node temperature. So how to use the element value to calculate the node value? nIs there a way to quickly obtain node stress, node principal stress, and node temperature?n
February 18, 2021 at 4:56 am1shanAnsys Employee,nYou could create a nodal named selection (select the required nodes>right click>named selection). In the results tab add principle stress> scoping method>named selection. This would give you the nodal results. Does this answer your query?nRegards,nIshan.n
February 19, 2021 at 1:59 amchenqingsenSubscriber
Hello @chenqingsen,You could create a nodal named selection (select the required nodes>right click>named selection). In the results tab add principle stress> scoping method>named selection. This would give you the nodal results. Does this answer your query?Regards,Ishan.https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/comment/107162#Comment_107162I am doing ACT plug-in development, and I need to extract node stress, principal stress, and node temperature in a python script, not in mechanical GUI.nI only found the API for extracting element stress components and element principal stress, but no API for nodesn
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