2D Analyses Mesh Refinement. Structural Mechanics Displacement-based Formulations. But first …. MARC output for beam elements … They make physical sense to me!.
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For conventional (non-numerically integrated) elastic beams (types 31, 52, 98), there are no layers - so only the generalized strains and stresses are reported for these elements. Refer to Marc Volume B: Element Library for a definition of the generalized strain and stress output for each element type. Equivalent quantities are not computed for these element types since they do not make physicalnumerical analysis sense. The thermal strain tensor (post code 371) or its associated components (post codes 71-76) are available.
(marc_2010_doc_volume_c.pdf, pg. 419, footnote to Table 3-4 “Element Post Codes”)
0, 4.0000E-4, 1.3333E-8, 1.3333E-8, 2.2533E-8, 4.0000E-4, 4.0000E-4,
264 Axial Force (for beam elements)
265 Moment Mxx (for beam elements)
266 Moment Myy (for beam elements)
267 Shear Force Vxz (for beam elements)
268 Shear Force Vyz (for beam elements)
269 Torque (for beam elements)
* We are skipping plane strain, it’s just not that common