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LINK180 ELEMENT TABLE DEFINITION.

LINK180 ELEMENT TABLE DEFINITION.

LINK180 ELEMENT TABLE DEFINITION.

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Hi Friends
My name is Tochi.
I am a student on internship with INFN_LNL.
I need your help please.

I have been trying to Define Element Table for Axial force and stress for LINK180 material on ANSYS MEXHANICAL APDL 2024, but it's not working.
I also got error notes when I tried to Add the real constraints for this same element.

Please how is it done?
I appreciate your answers.
Regards

RE: LINK180 ELEMENT TABLE DEFINITION.

First, make sure you have correctly defined the material properties for your LINK180 element using appropriate material models. To define an element table for axial force and stress, you'll typically use the *ETABLE command in ANSYS Mechanical APDL. If you're encountering errors when adding real constraints for the LINK180 element, it could be due to incorrect syntax or incompatible constraints. Make sure you're using the correct constraints for your analysis type.

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