0 002114 sas ip inc 1389 vm174 results comparison

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Unformatted text preview: d with 5 elements in the radial direction while the solenoid is discretized with 20 elements in the radial direction to accurately model the stress distribution. The 3-D model uses SOLID97 elements to model the air and SOLID62 elements to model the coil. Results Comparison Target[1] .01226 0.975 .008796 .008797 1.000 .003770 .003769 1.000 146.7 144.2 0.983 Stresso, N/m2 @ r = .013m 97.79 97.70 0.999 Stresso, N/m2 @ r = .017m 62.44 62.61 1.003 Bangle, T @ r = .01 m .01257 .01219 0.970 Bangle, T @ r = .013 m .008796 .008747 0.994 Bangle, T @ r = .01 7m .003770 .003750 0.995 Stresso, N/m2 @ r = .01m 146.7 144.4 0.984 Stresso, N/m2 @ r = .013m 97.79 95.97 0.981 Stresso, N/m2 @ r = .017m 1–384 .01257 Stresso, N/m2 @ r = .01m 1. Bangle, T @ r = .01 m Bangle, T @ r = .01 7m SOLID62 / SOLID97 Ratio Bangle, T @ r = .013 m PLANE13 ANSYS 62.44 61.34 0.982 Assumed to be linearly varying through solenoid ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. VM172 Figure 172.2 2-D Circumferential Stress through Solenoid Windings Figure 172.3 2-D Axial Flux Den...
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