Do you have a simple example for a pre-stressed MSUP Harmonic Analysis with Cyclic Symmetry boundary conditions?
March 17, 2023 at 1:12 pmFAQParticipant
Yes, please find an exemplary project archive attached. Please note that the rst-file “Harmo.rst” in the user_files directory is a dummy expanded results file from some random Mode-Superposition (MSUP) Harmonic Analysis. This is just needed to get the green checkmark in the Harmonic Analysis block. Please also note, that you have to run this type of analysis in SMP (Shared Memory Parallel) mode. (Tools > Solve Process Settings > Advanced… > uncheck ‘Distribute Solution’) For more details, you can also check #2052716 – In the field of rotating machinery, customer main concern is cyclic prestressed MSUP harmonic analysis with the ability to run multiple mistuning configuration in a small amount of time https://support.ansys.com/AnsysCustomerPortal/en_us/Knowledge+Resources/Solutions/Mechanical/2052716 which goes even further and also contains the consideration of mistuning configurations. Further solutions on Cyclic Symmetry Analyses and pre-stressed Cyclic Harmonic Analyses are: #2050929 – Is there an example to demonstrate the procedure to set up pre-stressed cyclic harmonic analysis ? https://support.ansys.com/AnsysCustomerPortal/en_us/Knowledge%20Resources/Solutions/Mechanical/2050929 #2046582 – Video presentation of knowledge materials on Forced Response in Cyclic Symmetry https://support.ansys.com/AnsysCustomerPortal/en_us/Knowledge%20Resources/Solutions/Mechanical/2046582
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