Why is the “Zero-Thermal-Strain Reference Temperature” that is defined in engineering data not produ
October 4, 2017 at 12:20 pmVishal GanoreAnsys EmployeeThat quantity is not the reference temperature (REFT) that is used in thermal strain calculations. It is the definition temperature (DEFTEMP) used in the MPAMOD command to convert temperature-dependent SCTE data. REFT is specified in the Windows detail for each body. It is not specified in Engineering Data.
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