Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum

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Matthew Ridzon, PE
Fri, Jun 28, 2024 7:25 PM

Folks,

I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis.  From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress linearization for spectrum analyses.  But if I load the RST in APDL, I can linearize stresses like normal.  Are there any concerns about doing this in APDL?  In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of some valid reason?  And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing spectrum linearized stress in APDL?

Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME
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Folks, I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis. From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress linearization for spectrum analyses. But if I load the RST in APDL, I can linearize stresses like normal. Are there any concerns about doing this in APDL? In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of some valid reason? And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing spectrum linearized stress in APDL? Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME Sr. Engineering Analyst Email matt@prime-engineer.com<mailto:matt@prime-engineer.com> Mail 266 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401 Web www.prime-engineer.com<http://www.prime-engineer.com/> [A blue hexagon with white letters Description automatically generated] PRIME ENGINEERING LLC This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.
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Joe Metrisin
Mon, Jul 1, 2024 11:31 AM

Hi Matt,

Keep in mind that a response spectrum or random vibration analysis is
statistical in nature.  The stresses you get are RMSS statistical peak
estimates throughout the frequency range.  The SRSS process removes the
sign, so any principal or von Mises stresses aren't really valid either.
ANSYS uses a Segalman approximation to estimate von Mises.  It would be
really questionable to use a linearized stress for anything.

Joseph T Metrisin
Structures Lead

Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc
1701 Military Tr. Suite 110 | Jupiter, FL 33458 USA
+1 (561) 427-6346 Office | +1 (772) 834-4156 Mobile
Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com

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Folks,

I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis.
From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress
linearization for spectrum analyses.  But if I load the RST in APDL, I can
linearize stresses like normal.  Are there any concerns about doing this in
APDL?  In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of
some valid reason?  And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing
spectrum linearized stress in APDL?

Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME
Sr. Engineering Analyst

Email    matt@prime-engineer.commailto:matt@prime-engineer.com
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Hi Matt, Keep in mind that a response spectrum or random vibration analysis is statistical in nature. The stresses you get are RMSS statistical peak estimates throughout the frequency range. The SRSS process removes the sign, so any principal or von Mises stresses aren't really valid either. ANSYS uses a Segalman approximation to estimate von Mises. It would be really questionable to use a linearized stress for anything. Joseph T Metrisin Structures Lead Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc 1701 Military Tr. Suite 110 | Jupiter, FL 33458 USA +1 (561) 427-6346 Office | +1 (772) 834-4156 Mobile Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com Visit our website: https://kratosdefense.com Confidentiality Note: The information contained in this transmission and any attachments are proprietary and may be privileged, intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited.  If you received this communication in error, please delete the message and immediately notify the sender via the contact information listed above. -----Original Message----- From: Matthew Ridzon, PE via Xansys <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Sent: Friday, June 28, 2024 3:26 PM To: xansys-temp@list.xansys.org Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE <Matt@prime-engineer.com> Subject: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe. Folks, I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis. From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress linearization for spectrum analyses. But if I load the RST in APDL, I can linearize stresses like normal. Are there any concerns about doing this in APDL? In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of some valid reason? And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing spectrum linearized stress in APDL? Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME Sr. Engineering Analyst Email matt@prime-engineer.com<mailto:matt@prime-engineer.com> Mail 266 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401 Web https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.prime-engineer.com__;!!KM6X6ZXWXVtZMQ !ZVFL3CwFiZEYpUsPfH-zdbhsg_tMwGfNnIpiNsu3UgPykbia-VWBQFOpy7pXygYX6H2pVFMY9zs ucnFawVsOzcLmULJfKPPLkw$ <https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.prime-engineer.com/__;!!KM6X6ZXWXVtZ MQ!ZVFL3CwFiZEYpUsPfH-zdbhsg_tMwGfNnIpiNsu3UgPykbia-VWBQFOpy7pXygYX6H2pVFMY9 zsucnFawVsOzcLmULKntZteaw$ > [A blue hexagon with white letters Description automatically generated] PRIME ENGINEERING LLC This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.
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Matthew Ridzon, PE
Mon, Jul 1, 2024 12:03 PM

Thanks to everyone that responded.  This was helpful information.  Knowing the little bit I knew, I had a hunch those would be your responses.

-Matt

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Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE Matt@prime-engineer.com
Subject: RE: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum

Hi Matt,

Keep in mind that a response spectrum or random vibration analysis is
statistical in nature.  The stresses you get are RMSS statistical peak
estimates throughout the frequency range.  The SRSS process removes the
sign, so any principal or von Mises stresses aren't really valid either.
ANSYS uses a Segalman approximation to estimate von Mises.  It would be
really questionable to use a linearized stress for anything.

Joseph T Metrisin
Structures Lead

Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc
1701 Military Tr. Suite 110 | Jupiter, FL 33458 USA
+1 (561) 427-6346 Office | +1 (772) 834-4156 Mobile
Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com

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Folks,

I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis.
From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress
linearization for spectrum analyses.  But if I load the RST in APDL, I can
linearize stresses like normal.  Are there any concerns about doing this in
APDL?  In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of
some valid reason?  And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing
spectrum linearized stress in APDL?

Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME
Sr. Engineering Analyst

Email    matt@prime-engineer.commailto:matt@prime-engineer.com
Mail      266 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401
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Thanks to everyone that responded. This was helpful information. Knowing the little bit I knew, I had a hunch those would be your responses. -Matt -----Original Message----- From: Joe Metrisin <Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com> Sent: Monday, July 1, 2024 7:31 AM To: XANSYS Mailing List Home <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE <Matt@prime-engineer.com> Subject: RE: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum Hi Matt, Keep in mind that a response spectrum or random vibration analysis is statistical in nature. The stresses you get are RMSS statistical peak estimates throughout the frequency range. The SRSS process removes the sign, so any principal or von Mises stresses aren't really valid either. ANSYS uses a Segalman approximation to estimate von Mises. It would be really questionable to use a linearized stress for anything. Joseph T Metrisin Structures Lead Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc 1701 Military Tr. Suite 110 | Jupiter, FL 33458 USA +1 (561) 427-6346 Office | +1 (772) 834-4156 Mobile Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com Visit our website: https://kratosdefense.com Confidentiality Note: The information contained in this transmission and any attachments are proprietary and may be privileged, intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited.  If you received this communication in error, please delete the message and immediately notify the sender via the contact information listed above. -----Original Message----- From: Matthew Ridzon, PE via Xansys <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Sent: Friday, June 28, 2024 3:26 PM To: xansys-temp@list.xansys.org Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE <Matt@prime-engineer.com> Subject: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe. Folks, I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis. From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress linearization for spectrum analyses. But if I load the RST in APDL, I can linearize stresses like normal. Are there any concerns about doing this in APDL? In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of some valid reason? And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing spectrum linearized stress in APDL? Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME Sr. Engineering Analyst Email matt@prime-engineer.com<mailto:matt@prime-engineer.com> Mail 266 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401 Web https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.prime-engineer.com__;!!KM6X6ZXWXVtZMQ !ZVFL3CwFiZEYpUsPfH-zdbhsg_tMwGfNnIpiNsu3UgPykbia-VWBQFOpy7pXygYX6H2pVFMY9zs ucnFawVsOzcLmULJfKPPLkw$ <https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.prime-engineer.com/__;!!KM6X6ZXWXVtZ MQ!ZVFL3CwFiZEYpUsPfH-zdbhsg_tMwGfNnIpiNsu3UgPykbia-VWBQFOpy7pXygYX6H2pVFMY9 zsucnFawVsOzcLmULKntZteaw$ > [A blue hexagon with white letters Description automatically generated] PRIME ENGINEERING LLC This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited.
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Matthew Ridzon, PE
Tue, Jul 2, 2024 8:22 PM

Folks, I had another question come to mind on this same topic...

Has anyone in the email list run into this issue while doing ASME Boiler Code qualifications?  If signs are lost during spectrum analysis, then how does one combine the spectrum results with other service loadings to thereby calculate stress intensity for code qualifications?  I can retrieve Sx, Sy, Sz, Sxy, Syz, Szx from the spectrum analysis and sum them with other non-seismic service load results.  But the spectrum results have no sign(s).

-Matt

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Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE Matt@prime-engineer.com
Subject: [Xansys] Re: [External] - Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum

Thanks to everyone that responded.  This was helpful information.  Knowing the little bit I knew, I had a hunch those would be your responses.

-Matt

-----Original Message-----
From: Joe Metrisin Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com
Sent: Monday, July 1, 2024 7:31 AM
To: XANSYS Mailing List Home xansys-temp@list.xansys.org
Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE Matt@prime-engineer.com
Subject: RE: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum

Hi Matt,

Keep in mind that a response spectrum or random vibration analysis is statistical in nature.  The stresses you get are RMSS statistical peak estimates throughout the frequency range.  The SRSS process removes the sign, so any principal or von Mises stresses aren't really valid either.
ANSYS uses a Segalman approximation to estimate von Mises.  It would be really questionable to use a linearized stress for anything.

Joseph T Metrisin
Structures Lead

Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc
1701 Military Tr. Suite 110 | Jupiter, FL 33458 USA
+1 (561) 427-6346 Office | +1 (772) 834-4156 Mobile
Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com

Visit our website: https://kratosdefense.com

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Subject: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum

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Folks,

I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis.
From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress linearization for spectrum analyses.  But if I load the RST in APDL, I can linearize stresses like normal.  Are there any concerns about doing this in APDL?  In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of some valid reason?  And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing spectrum linearized stress in APDL?

Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME
Sr. Engineering Analyst

Email    matt@prime-engineer.commailto:matt@prime-engineer.com
Mail      266 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401
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Folks, I had another question come to mind on this same topic... Has anyone in the email list run into this issue while doing ASME Boiler Code qualifications? If signs are lost during spectrum analysis, then how does one combine the spectrum results with other service loadings to thereby calculate stress intensity for code qualifications? I can retrieve Sx, Sy, Sz, Sxy, Syz, Szx from the spectrum analysis and sum them with other non-seismic service load results. But the spectrum results have no sign(s). -Matt -----Original Message----- From: Matthew Ridzon, PE via Xansys <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Sent: Monday, July 1, 2024 8:04 AM To: Joe Metrisin <Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com>; XANSYS Mailing List Home <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE <Matt@prime-engineer.com> Subject: [Xansys] Re: [External] - Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum Thanks to everyone that responded. This was helpful information. Knowing the little bit I knew, I had a hunch those would be your responses. -Matt -----Original Message----- From: Joe Metrisin <Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com> Sent: Monday, July 1, 2024 7:31 AM To: XANSYS Mailing List Home <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE <Matt@prime-engineer.com> Subject: RE: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum Hi Matt, Keep in mind that a response spectrum or random vibration analysis is statistical in nature. The stresses you get are RMSS statistical peak estimates throughout the frequency range. The SRSS process removes the sign, so any principal or von Mises stresses aren't really valid either. ANSYS uses a Segalman approximation to estimate von Mises. It would be really questionable to use a linearized stress for anything. Joseph T Metrisin Structures Lead Florida Turbine Technologies, Inc 1701 Military Tr. Suite 110 | Jupiter, FL 33458 USA +1 (561) 427-6346 Office | +1 (772) 834-4156 Mobile Joe.Metrisin@kratosdefense.com Visit our website: https://kratosdefense.com Confidentiality Note: The information contained in this transmission and any attachments are proprietary and may be privileged, intended only for the use of the individual or entity named above. If the reader of this message is not the intended recipient, you are hereby notified that any dissemination, distribution, or copying of this communication is strictly prohibited.  If you received this communication in error, please delete the message and immediately notify the sender via the contact information listed above. -----Original Message----- From: Matthew Ridzon, PE via Xansys <xansys-temp@list.xansys.org> Sent: Friday, June 28, 2024 3:26 PM To: xansys-temp@list.xansys.org Cc: Matthew Ridzon, PE <Matt@prime-engineer.com> Subject: [External] - [Xansys] Linearized Stress from Response Spectrum CAUTION: This email originated from outside of the organization. Do not click links or open attachments unless you recognize the sender and know the content is safe. Folks, I'm using v2022R2 Mechanical and running a 3D response spectrum analysis. From what I can tell, the Mechanical GUI does not support stress linearization for spectrum analyses. But if I load the RST in APDL, I can linearize stresses like normal. Are there any concerns about doing this in APDL? In other words, are the features unavailable in Mechanical because of some valid reason? And therefore, should I refrain from post-processing spectrum linearized stress in APDL? Matt Ridzon, PE, MSME Sr. Engineering Analyst Email matt@prime-engineer.com<mailto:matt@prime-engineer.com> Mail 266 Main St, Burlington, VT 05401 Web https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.prime-engineer.com__;!!KM6X6ZXWXVtZMQ !ZVFL3CwFiZEYpUsPfH-zdbhsg_tMwGfNnIpiNsu3UgPykbia-VWBQFOpy7pXygYX6H2pVFMY9zs ucnFawVsOzcLmULJfKPPLkw$ <https://urldefense.com/v3/__http://www.prime-engineer.com/__;!!KM6X6ZXWXVtZ MQ!ZVFL3CwFiZEYpUsPfH-zdbhsg_tMwGfNnIpiNsu3UgPykbia-VWBQFOpy7pXygYX6H2pVFMY9 zsucnFawVsOzcLmULKntZteaw$ > [A blue hexagon with white letters Description automatically generated] PRIME ENGINEERING LLC This message (including any attachments) may contain confidential, proprietary, privileged and/or private information. The information is intended to be for the use of the individual or entity designated above. If you are not the intended recipient of this message, please notify the sender immediately, and delete the message and any attachments. Any disclosure, reproduction, distribution or other use of this message or any attachments by an individual or entity other than the intended recipient is prohibited. _______________________________________________ Xansys mailing list -- xansys-temp@list.xansys.org To unsubscribe send an email to xansys-temp-leave@list.xansys.org If you are receiving too many emails from XANSYS please consider changing account settings to Digest mode which will send a single email per day. Please send administrative requests such as deletion from XANSYS to xansys-mod@tynecomp.co.uk and not to the list