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elements without temperature

elements without temperature

elements without temperature

(OP)
how to display elements/nodes without temperature applied?

RE: elements without temperature

? why label the question "elements without nodes" then ask a question about temperature ??

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RE: elements without temperature

Hi Leo16

Could you be a bit more specific? Are you medelling elements with and without temperature load and have a problem displaying the elements without load? Or is it something else entirely?

Thomas

RE: elements without temperature

(OP)
Exactly what you said Thomas
some elements have temperature load and some others don't
but they are so many that I would like to visualize which ones don't have the load

RE: elements without temperature

Hi

I would say that depends on how you have applied the loading. If you have used load definition there is a list of elements with the loading applied. Then you can simply add the elements that are not in the list.

Another approach could be to run an analysis and plot elements depending of the temperature.

It is difficult to answer based on the information you provide.

Thomas

RE: elements without temperature

you should be able to make a group of elements with temperature load applied, and another of the rest of the model

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