December 28, 2022 at 1:30 pmjccubiSubscriber
Dear colleagues, I need to constraint the plate panel edges straight and in parallel as shown in the following figure, when the plate is under a uniform line pressure in edges B3 and B2.
I used the following two constraint equations to move the corners C2, C3 and C4 in order to keep edges B3 and B4 in paralell.
However, I don´t know how to constraint nodes in edges B3 and B4 (except corners) to keep them in line with the corners.
December 30, 2022 at 2:17 pm
January 3, 2023 at 2:22 amjccubiSubscriber
Thank you Ashish. Unfortunately, I tried your recommendation, but it did not work. In fact, I was not surprised because as far as I know coupled behavior means "same DOF solutions" but is clear from the picture above that edges B3 and B4 have not the same DOF except RZ. I also noted that in your picture DOF selection was left to "program control". I have tried that option and also the manual option with RZ active only, but the results are far from the expected (B3 and B4 straight and in parallel). Is there any other recommendation? Thank you
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