Sas ip inc vm232 pds response surface study overview

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Unformatted text preview: 11) 0 0 n/a F(21) 0.25 0.249 0.996 F(22) 0.75 0.751 1.001 Heat flux (interior) at node 4 11.036 11.537 0.963 Heat flux (exterior) at node 13 2.742 2.884 0.95 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. 1–531 VM229: Friction Heating of Sliding Block Overview Reference: P. Wiggers, C. Miehe, “Contact Constraints Within Coupled Thermomechanical Analysis - A Finite Element Model”, Computer Methods in Applied Mechanics and Engineering, Vol. 113, 1994, pp. 301-319. Analysis Type(s): Transient (ANTYPE = 4) Element Type(s): 2-D Coupled-Field Solid Elements (PLANE13) 2-D Target Segment Elements (TARGE169) 2-D 2-Node Surface-to-Surface Contact Elements (CONTA171) Input Listing: vm229.dat Test Case Consider a block sliding over another fixed block. Calculate the temperature changes caused by friction between the blocks. Material Properties E = 70000 ρ = 2.7E-9 N s2/mm4 α = 23.86E-6 K-1 ν = 0.3 µ = 0.2 Kxx = 150 N/s K Geometric Properties Sliding Block: Height = 1.25mm Width = 1.25mm Fixed Block: Height = 1.25mm Width = 5mm Loading Displac...
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