May 3, 2023 at 11:00 amShanshan ChengSubscriber
I wonder in a revolute joint connection, how to use 'direct attachment' rather than 'remote attachment' for reference and mobile bodies? The default remote attachment always lead to seperation due to over-constraint of multiple revolute joint connections. What I would like to achieve is that the whole assembled system will deform (generating internal stresse) to accomodate the over-constraint of all revolute joints. Please let me know how to achieve this function if possible. Thanks a lot!
May 3, 2023 at 5:12 pmpeteroznewmanSubscriber
Please show your whole assembled system and the loads and constraints you want to apply so we can see what you are trying to accomplish. Show which edges you want to have a revolute joint on.
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