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  1. Hello community, I would like to create a subplot that spans multiple grid positions. I tried it as following but its only possible to hand over scalar values to the subplot function subplot(2,2,1) plot(x,y) subplot(2,2,2) plot(x,y) subplot(2,2,3:4) <----- thats the issue plot(x,y) Best regards, Nils
  2. Hello everyone, my goal in this calculation is to make the depth of impact greater than 200 micros, and finally I've succeed by using ALE method (with ALE-Grid-Displacment). But here comes the problem: After the impact, these two componant stick together (there's no friction between them). Which have not appeared in the Lagrangien method. And I'm wondering why, and how to avoid it? Grid_Standard_compet_M201_v50.hm
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