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Hi Ariane,

Please go through http://www.altairuniversity.com/learning-library/10-procedure-to-create-kjoint2-in-radioss/ which shows creating a revolute joint in HyperMesh RADIOSS interface using /PROP/TYPE45 (KJOINT2).

 

Another option to model joints in RADIOSS is to use a /PROP/TYPE8 spring. Provide high stiffness to all degrees of freedom those are fixed and zero stiffness in the direction which you want to be free. The model file attached for your reference.

Rev_joint..zip

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Hi,

A joint is used to allow for a relative movement between components. If the purpose is only to transfer loads then you model with connectors or rigids for that.

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On 6/27/2017 at 9:17 AM, George P Johnson said:

Hi Ariane,

Please go through http://www.altairuniversity.com/learning-library/10-procedure-to-create-kjoint2-in-radioss/ which shows creating a revolute joint in HyperMesh RADIOSS interface using /PROP/TYPE45 (KJOINT2).

 

Another option to model joints in RADIOSS is to use a /PROP/TYPE8 spring. Provide high stiffness to all degrees of freedom those are fixed and zero stiffness in the direction which you want to be free. The model file attached for your reference.

Rev_joint..zip

Can I have its hm file ?

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