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How to apply Moment to a model in Hypermesh

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Dear all,

How can I apply moment to a model in hypermesh?

When I apply a force it is clear that after when creating the loadstep I have to assign the created force to "LOAD" and the constraints to "SPC".

But in case I want to create only a moment what should I do? 

And in case I want to create both a force and a moment?

Thank you in advance

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Hi Mike,

 

You can assign created MOMENT to LOAD in loadstep panel. 

 

You can add two different loads using LOADADD.

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Dear Sir,

Thank you for the reply.

I can not find LOADADD. Where should I look for it?

So I create two LOAD in the loadstep and assign one to the force and the other to the moment correct?

Thank you!!

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I found LOADADD on the Card Image. But I do not understand how I should set it and how to connect it to the load case.

 

I create a force and a moment. To which should I assign LOADADD? Just to one or to both?

And then when I create the load step how do I assign both force and moment to LOAD?

 

Thank you very much!

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Thank you very much! I think I understood it and it seemes to work.

 

So I create the Load and the Moment and a new LoadCollector to which I assign LOADADD and fill it as in the picture you sent me.

But this new load collector (loadcol1 [3] in the picture) has no value (no force or no moment) assigned to it correct? It is just a way to add LOADADD and then connect to it all the loads and moments in the model..??

 

Thanks a lot!!!

 

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40 minutes ago, Mike30 said:

But this new load collector (loadcol1 [3] in the picture) has no value (no force or no moment) assigned to it correct? It is just a way to add LOADADD and then connect to it all the loads and moments in the model..??

 

Yes, you can add loads

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