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February 17, 2021 at 8:54 amFederico2594Subscriber
Hi Guys, I want to simulate the behaviour of rear wing support with 2D Mechanical analysis (Image).
So my idea is to set the airfoil as rigid body with a force on the upper side to evaluate the stress only on support . But, when I do this, the software not define the geometry and also the analysis.
What is the right way to do this simulation? What is wrong in my idea?
the contact region is defined and the material too.
I know how to set fixed supports and forces but the problem I think is on the definition.February 18, 2021 at 4:08 am1shanAnsys EmployeeHello Array,nDid you change the stiffness behavior of airfoil to rigid? Also, when you define the contact, the rigid body should always be the target side. May I know the exact error you are getting?nRegards,nIshan.nnFebruary 18, 2021 at 9:24 amFederico2594SubscriberHello, thank you 1shan for answer.nYes, I have changed the stiffness behaviour to rigid for the airfoil and set the rigid body as target ( type: Bonded, for the behaviour I have tried all possibilities) but this not define properly my geometry and the question mark stay close near the geometry definition in the Tree Model.nI don't have a particular error, but I can't define my analysis.Viewing 2 reply threads
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