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Apply 50 rpm rotational motion on a rotating body in motion solve

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Hi Monu,

I am assuming you have a assembled model. 

You can apply rotational motion(displacement) to revolute joints. Use Apply motion option and create a displacement on Revolute joint. 

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yes sir, i have assembled model and select velocity option on revolute joint but Sir where and how to define the magnitude 50 rpm 

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Hello sir,

I have to apply velocity as 50 rpm, so in property have to select velocity or displacement

and 

in value, if I will enter 50 then will it take in rpm automatically.

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Hi Monu,

 

sorry In my earlier post I posted as displacement. Use velocity in the same motion panel. The value furnished will be treated as velocity. 

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sir if I will enter 50 in value .it will take unit as rpm or I need to convert this in some other unit

and what will be the initial condition in this case

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@monu

 

In MotionView you define units and I am not sure what unit system you are following. You can find the unit system in Model Browser>> Misc>> Units. If the units are in seconds, you need to convert the RPM from RPS

 

Please check and update accordingly. 

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Ok sir 

One more doubt Sir for part B in student problem pdf you have given 
Tstop -0.02s
Anim/Dt - 0.2e-4
So it is generating 1000 animation file .is it necessary to generate this much amount of animation file.can we reduce this to 100.

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