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does the rigid wall necessary in airbag modeling

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I am new to Radioss

I am trying to follow the Radioss to build up an inflatable tube.

Here is the question: 

in the airbag model, if i use the Monitored Volume, do i need to create a rigid wall along with it?

it seems that it is a necessary for the airbag modeling. 

just want to confirm with expert.

 

 

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also, what is the meaning of all the parameter in the monitored volume keyword...

i can't find any tutorial files explaining them..

 

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On 6/1/2018 at 7:35 AM, dajeet said:

I am new to Radioss

I am trying to follow the Radioss to build up an inflatable tube.

Here is the question: 

in the airbag model, if i use the Monitored Volume, do i need to create a rigid wall along with it?

it seems that it is a necessary for the airbag modeling. 

just want to confirm with expert.

 

 

Do you mean making a rigid wall for simulating tube resting on the floor ?

If your tube is getting inflated in air without any supports or constraints, you need not make rigid wall

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On 6/1/2018 at 7:52 AM, dajeet said:

also, what is the meaning of all the parameter in the monitored volume keyword...

i can't find any tutorial files explaining them..

Can you sahre the keyword or card name?

 

As @gopal_rathore said it may not be necessary.

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