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Import Nx thermal field

Import Nx thermal field

Import Nx thermal field

(OP)
Hello,

does anybody know which software would the most suitable to build either Nastran or Abaqus model where temperature mapping comes from a NX Thermal calculation?
Side question: does anybody know how a Nx Thermal bun file is built and how it would be possible de extract the data with python script?

Thanks in advance for your support.

V.

RE: Import Nx thermal field

Hi VzHache,

Siemens NX / SimCenter 3D can be used for pre/post of those solvers NASTRAN and ABAQUS.

Specifically, they have their own developpement of Nastran (NXNastran) which is part of the product.

hope this helps

RE: Import Nx thermal field

(OP)
Hi tigny,

I got answers from other channel. It seems that Ansa is also able to do the job.
Thank you for your answer.

VzHache

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