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mrr
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Hi all!

I'm new to the forum. Simple question: is it possible to get the Mohr's circle in a specific point of a solid? Let's say a beam where an axial force is acting. I have been searching in the forum but I did not find anything. Any hint is appreciated. Looking forward to your comments.

Kind regards,

MRR
fandaL
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### Re: Mohr's circle with FREECAD

With the FEM workbench one can make a stress analysis and check principal stresses from which you can easily construct the Mohr's circle.

If I step over how to make FE analysis, you can get stress results at point by:
- select result object and create pipeline (1)
- create Data at point (2) - under which you select the point and from the field rolet you chose the desired output
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chrisb
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### Re: Mohr's circle with FREECAD

Moved to FEM forum.
mrr
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### Re: Mohr's circle with FREECAD

Dear FandaL,

Sorry for my late reply. Thank you very much for your help. I will take this into practice with different examples.

Best regards.
HarryvL
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### Re: Mohr's circle with FREECAD

By the way, in the equation editor of the result object you can plot the radius of Mohr circle by entering (P1-P3)/2 and the center is found by typing (P1+P3)/2.

In a 3D analysis every stress point has 3 Mohr Circles with radius R and center C as follows:

[R, C]= [(P1-P2)/2, (P1+P2)/2]
[R, C]= [(P2-P3)/2, (P2+P3)/2]
[R, C]= [(P1-P3)/2, (P1+P3)/2]

Where the last one is the largest and encircles the other two.
mrr
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Ok! Thanks!