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  1. Hi everybody. I am designing a rapid attach system for the bucket of a skid steer loader (see picture below), taking inspiration from the commercial systems. In the second picture you can see how this system work: there a contact surface between the bucket and the tach. So there is a contact zone and of sure I should do a non-linear quasi static analysis; however since I would not do a non linear analysis I ask you if there is another way to get a solution. I've already done a non linear analysis but I can't validate the results since this kind of analysis should be quite instable. So I'd like to find another way (with linear analysis) just to compare the results. Thanks in advance for your help Best Regards Stefano
  2. I am doing a component level analysis where I don't have knuckle assembly. I just have knuckle. I have doubts regarding SPC. Should I apply spc on caliper mounts on knuckle? Also there are four bolt connecting knuckle with the dust cover. Should I constrain those or just constrain the suspension mounts?
  3. How to apply displacement as load in linear static analysis in Optistruct? and apply the same in local co-ordinate system? Rgds, Arul
  4. Hi everyone, is there any way to create an ambient temperature, which is defined by a linear function, using Optistruct? After that, I need to define this convection boundary condition to the CHBDYE surface elements. Something similar is discussed in the OS-1085: Linear Steady State Heat Convection Analysis tutorial, but with a constant ambient temperature, which is created on one node, and this boundary condition is applied on the surface elements using that only one node. Best Regards, Mert
  5. Hi All, We have utilised RBE2 elements to simulate the bolts in the model. One of the desired output from the model is Shear Forces in the bolts. Our existing approach is to output GPFORCE values and extract FBD section summary of the nodes for resultant forces & moments in the RBE2 Spider (representing the bolt). Considering the size of the model (and high number of bolts) and .op2 file, the process is extremely time consuming. We would be grateful, if someone can recommend a quicker process to extract the shear forces from the bolts. Kind Regards
  6. Hi all, How to understand Linear with two plane symmetry pattern group? Specifically speaking, how to understand the second symmetry plane? What's the typical situation, any example? In addition, for one flat plate bead optimization, how can we use the linear with two plane symmetry pattern group? Roy
  7. Hi there, When defining the stress-strain curve for the material (/MAT36), should it be used the true curve or the engineering one? Thanks
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