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Did you know that there are dozens of interesting examples accessible online for multi-body / motion simulation using Altair software?! See https://altairhyperworks.com/motionsolve-models/ These examples have been designed to help raise your awareness for the kinds of simulations that are possible with Altair's multi-body motion simulation tools. There are currently 17 examples for MotionView+MotionSolve and 29 examples for Inspire Motion -- with dozens more examples scheduled to be added quite soon. The goal is to continually add more and more over time. So consider bookmarking that page and check back often! Each example comprises two pieces: (1) a movie clip that plays automatically in your browser + (2) a downloadable zip file which typically contains: One or more movie (.mp4) files. Pre-built model files for the complete, mechanized multi-body system. Results files. A presentation (.pptx) file describing the model and how to use it. Enjoy!
What are the features of the FSI library? The pipe models of the conventional DSHplus pipe library solve the momentum and continuity equation of the fluid in order to determine the temporal and spatial development of the state variables pressure p and volume flow Q. For the FSI components, twelve additional equations are solved for the six degrees of freedom (with one force and one displacement quantity each) of the pipe wall. The degrees of freedom of the pipe wall considered are shown in the adjacent figure. The 14 equation model of the FSI library allows the consideration of the following phenomena: Torsion of pipelines around their longitudinal axis Bending of the pipelines where the inertial mass of the fluid and shear deformation are taken into account Elastic or viscoelastic pipe supports, e.g. by clamping units Coupling of axial stresses in the pipeline with the pressure of the fluid (POISSON effect) Exchange of forces and moments at elbows
Can we edit user defined Libraries that was created from Activate (.scb)? Yes. File->Library->Manager->Select a library on the disk If you would like to add a new block, select the block and click Add/Replace If you would like to remove an existing block, select the block from the library, and click Remove