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Old   April 3, 2013, 07:06
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The pressure will push component "a" to move downwards and push component "b" to move upwards.

Component "a" and "b" will only be moved in vertical direction (90degree).

There will be friction force occurs on the sliding surface which will push component "c" to move to the right >>>

Does anyone knows which analysis system(Workbench) I have to use to do my FEA on this model?
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Is this a transient or steady state simulation? Is the hydraulic force constant?
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