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moment in the joint of pile and foundation

moment in the joint of pile and foundation

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

Use XY Data features for that. You can save and plot moment values for selected nodes. Either create a node set with history output request for moment or create XY Data from Field Output and select nodes in viewport manually.

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

(OP)
Which output should be enabled in the output field?

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

You should request the variable called RM - reaction moment. There are 3 components of this variable (in 3 rotational direction).

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

(OP)
Should I use a freebody for my section؟

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

As a mechanical engineer I don't know much about soil mechanics but if it's possible to analyze the reaction forces in such, probably sort of elastic, foundation manually with sufficient accuracy then it would be good to do it in order to verify your results.

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

Yes to get the total moment acting on a 3D cross section (e.g., a 3D pile made/meshed with HEX elements) use the freebody cut tool.

See the help manual:
67.1 Resultant forces and moments on free body cuts in Abaqus/CAE

or :

http://chamilo2.grenet.fr/inp/courses/ENSE3A13EMTA...

RE: moment in the joint of pile and foundation

(OP)
Can you tell me more?
In your opinion,how can I to get the connection rigidity?

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