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GetZeroStrainTemperature Method (ICWNonLinearStudyOptions)

Gets the zero-strain temperature and its unit.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Sub GetZeroStrainTemperature( _
   ByRef DZeroStrainTemperature As System.Double, _
   ByRef NZeroStrainTemperatureUnit As System.Integer _
) 
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICWNonLinearStudyOptions
Dim DZeroStrainTemperature As System.Double
Dim NZeroStrainTemperatureUnit As System.Integer
 
instance.GetZeroStrainTemperature(DZeroStrainTemperature, NZeroStrainTemperatureUnit)
C# 
void GetZeroStrainTemperature( 
   out System.double DZeroStrainTemperature,
   out System.int NZeroStrainTemperatureUnit
)
C++/CLI 
void GetZeroStrainTemperature( 
&   [Out] System.double DZeroStrainTemperature,
&   [Out] System.int NZeroStrainTemperatureUnit
) 

Parameters

DZeroStrainTemperature
Reference temperature at zero strain
NZeroStrainTemperatureUnit

Temperature unit as defined swsTemperatureUnit_e

Remarks

The default zero-strain temperature is 298 Kelvin.
 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS Simulation API 2008 SP1.0


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