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ABAQUS: Plotting the distance between two nodes over time

ABAQUS: Plotting the distance between two nodes over time

ABAQUS: Plotting the distance between two nodes over time

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Hello,

does anybody know how to plot a distance between two nodes over time in ABAQUS in a XY-chart?

it would be really helpful to know.

Thank you!

RE: ABAQUS: Plotting the distance between two nodes over time

You could use the COORD output variable (nodal coordinates) and create your custom output as a mathematical operation (equation) based on those coordinates.

RE: ABAQUS: Plotting the distance between two nodes over time

or just output the nodal displacements vs time/load, and plot it in Excel.

RE: ABAQUS: Plotting the distance between two nodes over time

is there nothing in the manual about this ?

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