July 8, 2022 at 7:41 amshantashreejena97Subscriber
I am trying to do transient analysis of a rocket by using mode superposition method and with the below boundary conditions. The effect of a load impulse (half-sine wave, duration 0.3 s, amplitude 100 kN) in the z-direction on the Merlin engine of the main rocket on the z-displacements in the payload is to be investigated. I need to plot the first 15 oscillation amplitudes of the impulse response and calculate the response frequency. But i couldn't able to figure out how to assign the load impulse as half sine wave with 100KN amplitude. Also would 0.3s be step end time or time step? Can anyone help me regarding this?
July 8, 2022 at 11:21 amKeyur KanadeAnsys Employee
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