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Unformatted text preview: 0) Element Type(s): 2-D Coupled-field Solid Elements (PLANE13) 2-D/3-D Node-to-Surface Contact Element (CONTA175) 2-D Target Segment Element (TARGE169) Input Listing: vm23.dat Test Case Two bodies, A and B, are initially at a temperature of 100°C. A temperature of 500°C is then imposed at the left edge, EA1, of A. Further, the right edge, EB2, of B is heated to attain a temperature of 850°C and is subsequently cooled back to 100°C. Compute the interface temperature (right edge) of A, EA2, and the amount of heat flow through the interface when the right edge of EB2 is at 600°C and 850°C, respectively. Also, compute the heat flow through the interface when B is subsequently cooled to 100°C. Figure 23.1 Contact Problem Sketch Material Properties Geometric Properties h = 0.1 m E = 10 x 106 N/m2 K = 250 W/m°C 1 = 0.4 m α = 12 x 10-6 m/m°C 2 = 0.5 m Contact Conductance = 100 W/°C δ = 0.0035 m (per contact element) Loading Tref = 100°C Load Step 1 T@E1 = 500°C Load Step 2 T@E2 = 850°C Load Step 3 T@E2 = 100°C ANSYS Verification M...
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