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juraj.svancaraj
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PostPosted: Wed Jul 22, 2015 12:52 pm  Reply with quote

hi all,

I'd like to ask about one problem in ansys workbench.
Currently I'm performing a nonlinear transient structural analysis of let say substrate on which one are soldered chips. I'm using element type solid226 and death and birth element technique. this analysis is solved correctly without problem, but on the next step the substrate should by soldered on let say base plate, so I need to consider the previous loading and unloading processes of the substrate and perform new analysis.

I created a transient structural block with my whole assembly, but the base plate was suppressed during first analysis and now I'd like to create a new block of transient structural analysis where will be the results imported.

any idea how can I reach data from my first analysis and then import them into second one ? or any suggestion how to solve this problem ?

whole components are subjected only temperature (I'm considering uniform temperature on whole assembly), so it is subjected tensile and compressive stresses, respectively.
I'm doing this analysis on my master thesis.

thank you

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