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Hy to all,

I have two question:

1. What material type I can use to study thermal - stress on some ceramic component (without contact) ?
2. What element type must be use, for 3D solid and axis-symmetry model ?

I need much early your answer.

Thanks to all in advance for yours advice and support.

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