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farzadtb
hello guys ;

i need to know the stress components in a specific direction , so i have to put a local coordinate system that at least the x direction is along the direction i want ( as S11 ) . but when I  create a coordinate system in ODB and move to it , the S11 stresses dont change and I can not see the stress in the desired direction.

I should mention that the ODB file is modifiable and i have disabled the read only tick .

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Re: how to change coordinate system in ODB

Dave Lindeman
After you've created the coordinate system, go to "Result->Options...",
go to the "Transformation" tab, select "User-specified", select the
appropriate coordinate system, then click "OK".

Regards,
Dave


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On 9/7/2010 2:34 PM, farzad wrote:

>
>
> hello guys ;
>
> i need to know the stress components in a specific direction , so i have
> to put a local coordinate system that at least the x direction is along
> the direction i want ( as S11 ) . but when I create a coordinate system
> in ODB and move to it , the S11 stresses dont change and I can not see
> the stress in the desired direction.
>
> I should mention that the ODB file is modifiable and i have disabled the
> read only tick .
>
>


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Re: how to change coordinate system in ODB

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This post was updated on .
Please, what effect does the coordinate system have on a model? Your kind responses are appreciated.
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Re: how to change coordinate system in ODB

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Coordinate system creation tools are available in the Part, Property, Assembly, Step, Interaction, Load, Mesh, and Optimization modules of Abaqus/CAE (look for the “Create Datum CSYS” icon in the lefthand toolbar).  Coordinate systems used to create part geometries or to define assemblies will not affect the model.  Coordinate systems that are referenced in material orientation definitions, boundary conditions, and loads, for example, WILL affect the model.  See also the documentation for *ORIENTATION and *TRANSFORM.

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Dave Lindeman
Lead Research Specialist
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Please, how do I create a coordinate system and what effect does it have on a model? Your kind responses are appreciated.





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