Thermal+Mechanical simulation

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4 years 5 months ago - 4 years 5 months ago #8830 by Kees Wouters
Replied by Kees Wouters on topic Re: Thermal+Mechanical simulation
Hoi Michal

if you need two completely different meshes you better create them in the MESH module yes.

You could also use linear thermal elements and quadratic mechanical elements, then there is not need to create two different meshes in Salome.
(As aparently linear thermal meshes are better? Never use linear mechanical elements I have been told B). )
Within CA you can change from linear to quadratic I think.
Furthermore, you can use the Homard module to refine the mesh within CA.
So there are some alternative options.

Interest: structural mechanics, solar energy (picture at 'my location' shows too little pv panels)

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kind regards - kees
Last edit: 4 years 5 months ago by Kees Wouters.

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3 years 7 months ago #9107 by Yigiter Hos
Replied by Yigiter Hos on topic Re: Thermal+Mechanical simulation
I would very much appreciate a tutorial on this subject as well, a transient thermal problem and a structural problem coupled. Maybe the piston example with a transient thermal problem added?

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