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[WB] Change the keyopt of one body
 
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jorge.ceballos
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 20, 2015 10:02 am  Reply with quote

Hello,

I have a line body, which it has been done automatically with elements BEAM188. This element use Timoshenko theory. For my calculation I would like to use using the Navier-Euler-Bernoulli models, that can be activated with setting the Keyopt 2 to 1.

I have tried in two ways to set this value, but non is working .

First: I wrote following commands in the geometry


Code:

et,matid,beam188
keyopt,matid,2,1
sectype,matid,beam,ctube
secdata,422,432,20



Second one I inset the code at the static structural

Code:

/prep7
*get,emax,etyp,,num,max
emax=emax+1
et,emax,beam188
keyopt,beam188,2,1
sectype,emax,beam,ctube
secdata,422,432,120
cmsel,s,koerper
emodif,all,type,emax
emodif,all,secnum,emax
alls
finish
/solu



Does someone know how to do this correctly?

Cheers,
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GSI Helmholtzzentrum für Schwerionen Forschung GmbH
Darmstadt (Germany)
Tel: +49 6159 711488
E-mail: j.ceballosvelasco@gsi.de
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