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joseph.metrisin
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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2014 8:05 am  Reply with quote

Your question doesn't really make sense. By definition, a contact and target pair share the same real constant. You only need to define it once, and this is usually done for the contact element.


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Hello Sir,

Is it necessary to provide the TCC & ECC values for both contact & target surface? for CONTA172, only R1,R2 are to be specified for target element. The rest are to be specified for contact element only. Kindly help me out in this.
Also, in my model, only the target surface is showing maximum temperature even though it is in contact with the contact surface. I am giving TCC & ECC for only contact surface in the following way,

RMORE,,%ECCDATA%,,0,0.1

Thanks
T Bhattacharya
NFC, Hyderabad






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PostPosted: Wed May 14, 2014 12:09 pm  Reply with quote

By definition, this is right but for some mysterious reasons, I recently had to include a definition for the target contact as well to get a model to work as it should.

I might be wrong but maybe there has been some changes in the way real constants are stored in the version am using (version 13). Anyways, it doesn't hurt to add an extra line of command to check if your model is not working as it should.

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Ayo Brimmo
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Subject: Re: [Xansys] TCC & ECC in table format in CONTA172

Your question doesn't really make sense. By definition, a contact and target pair share the same real constant. You only need to define it once, and this is usually done for the contact element.


Joseph T Metrisin
Structures Lead
Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc
1701 Military Tr. Suite 110
Jupiter, FL 33458 U.S.A.
+1 (561)427-6346 Office

(561)427-6191 Fax
JMetrisin@fttinc.com

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Sent: Wednesday, May 14, 2014 8:02 AM
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Subject: [FTT_SPAM] - Re: [Xansys] TCC & ECC in table format in CONTA172

Hello Sir,

Is it necessary to provide the TCC & ECC values for both contact & target surface? for CONTA172, only R1,R2 are to be specified for target element. The rest are to be specified for contact element only. Kindly help me out in this.
Also, in my model, only the target surface is showing maximum temperature even though it is in contact with the contact surface. I am giving TCC & ECC for only contact surface in the following way,

RMORE,,%ECCDATA%,,0,0.1

Thanks
T Bhattacharya
NFC, Hyderabad






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