Tagged: ls-dyna, LS-DYNA Suite, lsdyna, R12, structural-mechanics
April 13, 2023 at 7:32 amSolutionParticipant
For *CONTACT_AUTOMATIC_ONE_WAY_SURFACE_TO_SURFACE_TIEBREAK, you can fringe the failed tiebreak surface via the component labeled “contact gap” in the intfor database (*database_binary_intfor). The “contact gap” on the slave side of the tiebreak actually represents a damage value ranging from 0 (tied, no damage) to 1 (released, full damage). Here is a test case: Please find attached example for your reference. To output the intfor database, include “s=fname” on the execution line and set the slave side contact print flag on Card 1 of the *contact_…_tiebreak. To output the intfor database, include the command *database_binary_intfor in the input deck, set the slave side contact print flag on Card 1 of the *contact_…_tiebreak, and include “s=fname” on the execution line. You can also postprocessing from binout file about tried area and tied count.Please find attache image for your reference.
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