April 13, 2023 at 7:32 amSolutionParticipant
By default, LS-DYNA stresses are element mean stresses located at the element center. If nodal stresses are required in output, for example, comparing the LS-DYNA solution with the Mechanical – Static Structural results, user need extrapolate the element stresses to nodes. Attached archived project shows the example to retrieve the nodal stresses. In the example, the von-Mises stress at the selected node in Mechanical – Static Structural system, which always output the stress components at nodes, is 37.954 MPa. The LS-DYNA results shows the stress at the same node is 36.972 MPa in Mechanical GUI. If the keyword snippet is used to ask for the output of nodal stress and specify the element ID of the specified node, LS-DYNA will create the output file eloutdet, which can be either opened in LS-PrePost or a text editor. The final stress at the selected node is 37.046 MPa, which is in the better agreement with Mechanical results.
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