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Old   September 8, 2009, 04:57
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I try to simulate an elastic shock between two bodies (a sphere and brick), for this I constructed my geometry with Gambit and I made the mesh, am I in the right way?
In another side, I look for how to make this calculations with Ansys.
If someone helpes me to make it, I will be very thankful, I look rightly for the big lines.
I wait for the answer because it's very hurried.
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