ANSYS varification manual 9

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Unformatted text preview: : T. F. Soules, R. F. Busbey, S. M. Rekhson, A. Markkovsky, M. A. Burkey, “Finite Element Calculations of Residual Stresses in Glass Parts Using MARC”, General Electric Company (Nela Park), Report # 86-LRL-2022, Cleveland, OH, March 1986. Analysis Type(s): Static Analysis (ANTYPE = 0) Element Type(s): 2-D 8-Node Viscoelastic Solid Elements (VISCO88) 3-D 20-Node Viscoelastic Solid Elements (VISCO89) Input Listing: vm200.dat Test Case A sandwich seal made of an alumina plate with G-11 glass cladding on both sides is cooled at 3° per minute from 618°C to 460°C and held isothermally for four hours. The seal is further cooled at 3° per minute to 18°C. FInd the maximum in-plane stress (σmax) developed in the seal along with the corresponding temperature. Figure 200.1 Viscoelastic Sandwich Seal Problem Sketch ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. 1–452 VM200 Material Properties Material: G-11 Glass Material Variables H/R (°K) = 6.45e4 X = 0.53 No. of Maxwell Elements = 6 For Volume Decay F...
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