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Temperature Gradient in ANSYS

 
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PostPosted: Wed Dec 10, 2003 9:35 am    Post subject: Temperature Gradient in ANSYS Reply with quote

Dear Mr. Saurabh,

I have not used Temperature loading in ANSYS, but I have used it in
SAP2000 Non-linear package. Like other loading, SAP2000 NL has the
option of Temperature loading input both as gradient as well as overall
variation in temperature (like a steel structure undergoing increase
/decrease in temperature for seasonal variation or so). In SAP2000NL,
while putting the temperature gradient, care should be taken so that you
use "(Temp increase or decrease /thickness of the slab)" and not "Temp
increase or decrease".

I have mentioned the case of SAP2000NL, since you have indicated "or
any other software package in which it is possible" in your mail. I am
sure there must be similar options in ANSYS too. Friends using ANSYS may
definitely throw lights on this.

Regards

Anjan De
L&T-S&L, Baroda


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saurabh06@indiatimes.com 12/07/03 10:55PM >>>
Hi all,


Can any one tell me how to apply temperature gradient across the slab
thickness when it has been modelled at center line so as to use Shell
element, in ANSYS. If there is any other way to model the deck slab i.e.
with some other element or like so as to apply the temperature gradient
across the bridge deck or any slab. If any one has any kind of idea or
suggestion in this regard, then do share, it could be of great help to
me. Main problem is "How to Apply TEMERATURE GRADIENT across slab
thickness in ANSYS". or any other software package in which it is
possible or any other idea in this regard.


Regards,


Saurabh Gupta.


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