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karthik.suresh
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 6:44 pm  Reply with quote

hello guys

model is working properly for the displacements applied.
i have used
nsubst,50,200,10,on
i would like to know what is happening.

i am applying displacement to a wedge(chisel) an object on top of my sample and i would like to know the displacement at every substep.

i have created a table

*CFOPEN,NDATA,TXT,,
*DIM,Graph,TABLE,10,10,1, , ,
*VGET,Graph(1,1),NODE,node_1234,u,z
*VGET,Graph(1,3),NODE,node_1234,u,y
*VGET,Graph(1,2),NODE,node_1234,u,x
*VWRITE,Graph(1,1)
%14.5G
*VWRITE,Graph(1,3)
%14.5G
*VWRITE,Graph(1,2)
%14.5G
*CFCLOSE

when i open the file i am getting the final displacements and not the way things are happening

(i had applied 45e-3 displacement)

4,5e-2
4,5e-2
4,5e-2
4,5e-2
4,5e-2
4,5e-2
00
-2.73966E-05
-2.72077E-05
-2.71329E-05
-2.68746E-05
-2.67621E-05
-2.65175E-05
-2.62738E-05
-2.59379E-05
-2.55621E-05

i am getting this kind a table i want some thing like 45e-3/10(min number of steps)
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karthik suresh
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karthik.suresh
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PostPosted: Wed Mar 11, 2015 6:47 pm  Reply with quote

i actually want to know the displacement at every substep in the table during running
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jose.galan
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Joined: 21 Oct 2008
Posts: 140

PostPosted: Thu Mar 12, 2015 4:35 am  Reply with quote

Dear Mr. Suresh,

Use the following command:

OUTPR,ALL,ALL

Check the help on OUTPR command for additional info.

Best regards,

Jose M. Galan

Constr. Eng. Dept.

Univ. Sevilla

Spain

El 12/03/2015 02:47, karthik.suresh escribió:

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i actually want to know the displacement at every substep in the table during running

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thanking you
karthik suresh
student tu chemnitz


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