September 27, 2023 at 1:05 pmMagnus NorstenesSubscriber
I was trying to make shear waves in Ansys Explicit Dynamics. I am not sure what to do, and wants to listen to all suggestions. My initial plan was to make a box (5x5x10mm), and do something with (one/ some of) the nodes to make a shear wave propagating throughout the "box" by time.
This is my box so far:
September 29, 2023 at 8:18 amErik KostsonAnsys Employee
If we have a point dynamic impulse (point load in a half space say) you will get P-S and Rayleigh waves.
See figure 1 a) here:
If you want to excite something else or do something different to the above explain more (context, goal,etc)
All the best
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