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Unformatted text preview: d PLANE42 elements. The air gap is modeled with 2-D tri-shaped TRANS109 elements with KEYOPT(1) = 1 for area weighted morphing. NodeNode contact is modeled in the air gap using CONTAC12 elements. The beam is constrained in the X and Y directions on the left side and is free only in the Y-direction along the span. The beam is suspended 0.7 µm over the ground plane with a contact stop at 0.1µm. Results Comparison Target ANSYS Ratio UY @ 11.0V -0.0722 -0.0722 1.000 UY @ 14.5V -0.1451 -0.1451 1.000 UY @ 18.0V -0.6004 -0.6002 1.000 UY @ 14.5V -0.6002 -0.6002 1.000 UY @ 11.0V -0.0723 -0.0726 1.004 1–554 ANSYS Verification Manual . ANSYS Release 9.0 . 002114 . © SAS IP, Inc. VM237: RLC Circuit with Piezoelectric Transducer Overview Reference: IEEE Standard on Piezoelectricity, Piezoelectric part of the problem: 176-1987. J. Vlach, Basic Network Theory with Computer Applications, Circuit part of the problem: Ch. 9, Van Nostrand Reinhold, 1992. Analysis Type(s): Static (ANTYPE = 1) Transient (ANTYPE = 4) 2-D 8-Node Coupled-Field Solid (PLANE223) Element Type(s): Piezoelectric Circuit (CIRCU94) Input Listing: vm237.dat Test Case A piezo...
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