January 22, 2021 at 9:25 ammsinghal623SubscriberHello all, nI am using ADAMS command of Ansys APDL to generate the .mnf. The interface points are defined using the Remote points in Ansys. By default these remote points have 6 DOF and so the generated .mnf file has the transfer functions for all the 6 DOF for each interface point. I want to reduce the 6 DOF to 1 DOF per interface point. When I did that, the ADAMS command gave error that No nodes are present. nCan you suggest a way to reduce the DOF per interface node so that the generated .mnf file does not contain transfer functions for all the 6 DOF's.nThank you in advance. nMohit n
January 28, 2021 at 4:44 pmDave LoomanAnsys EmployeeYou can modify the ADAMS macro (ADAMS.MAC) to not use all 6 degrees of freedom in the command m,all,all. The macro is in a directory like C:\Program Files\ANSYS Inc\v201\ansys\apdl.n
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