May 22, 2021 at 8:15 pmEvgenii_KSubscriber
Hello everyone, there is a need to create a Construction body in the form of a shell that will transfer the load to the structural elements. This structural body should not affect the calculation and modal analysis. This construction body should only transfer the load and not add rigidity to the structure. How can you do this?May 24, 2021 at 1:20 pm1shanAnsys EmployeeWhy exactly do you need the plate, if you don't want to include it in the analysis? Cant you use a remote force instead of the plate to transfer the forces?
May 24, 2021 at 6:39 pmEvgenii_KSubscriberHello 1shan
The picture shows a test model, and the real model is a complex structural arched model on which it will be quite difficult to calculate the load. It is better to transfer the load through the element of the coverage that I am modeling, but when calculating my own forms, the results are incorrect.
How to Exclude Coverage from Modal Analysis and Eigenvalue Buckling Analysis?
Why can't you make such a constructive body and add it here? Only such a constructive body that a load can be applied to it!
Here is the cover itself
If you have any other suggestions on how to do this - tell me, I will be very happy!
May 26, 2021 at 7:26 pmEvgenii_KSubscriberThere are no more suggestionsViewing 3 reply threads
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