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  1. Thankyou rahul. While defining CBUSH element in Cylindrical co-ordinates, does r refers to K1 z refers to K2 t refers to K3 or some different. Otherwise can you reply me in my model by creating CBUSH elements with axial stiffness 19680 and radial stiffness 10? Please revert.
  2. Thanks for the reply. We want to model a composite (Rubber) hose as a spring (BUSH) element. As, hoses are cylindrical (means they have axial and radial stiffness; Best to define in cylindrical co-ordinates) and curved (Not in single Plane). So, i have to model them with multiple bush elements (Each element in different Plane; best to define in cylindrical co-ordinates). So, i want to know which bush element is most suitable for my application in cylindrical co-ordinates. Please explain the procedure to define also. I am attaching here file too showing one model as hose and one model as CBUSH (Just for explanation). Thanks Hemanshu DesignTech.rar
  3. How i can model a spring element with axial and radial stiffness in Optistruct? Please Help? As per my understanding PBUSH element have K4,K5&K6 for rotation stiffness not radial stiffness. Please explain. Thanks Hemanshu
  4. How i can model a spring element with axial and radial stiffness in Optistruct? Please Help? As per my understanding PBUSH element have K4,K5&K6 for rotation stiffness not axial stiffness. Please explain. Thanks Hemanshu
  5. Hi Prakash, Thanks For the above suggestions. I have tried simulating my problem with above options, but was not able to solve it. Now i am trying to buy a new computer hard drive. Thanks Hemanshu
  6. Hi Prakash, Also i can not combine both drives as they are part of different hard drives on my workstation. Thanks, Hemanshu
  7. Hi Prakash, My solution requires estimated disk space of 1.1 TB for scratch files, and i have it in two drives as F drive - 900 GB, and E drive -300 GB. I am able to assign one drive as tmpdir for scratch files as TMPDIR= FILESIZE=300, E:\TMP When i am solving my file in F drive. It is still showing that less space for scratch files. So i have aborted the run. I am attaching .out and .stat file also. Is it possible to solve this model by this method or i need to assign two temp directories or something else. Thanks, Hemanshu Tube_Turbulater_Proposed.out Tube_Turbulater_Proposed.stat
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