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Old   June 30, 2013, 19:19
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Hi all,

I am quite new to this software and beginning to run some basic analysis. Currently I am looking at a fatigue case on a rotating disc which is also being pulsed back and forth along its axis. To test this I am looking at setting up two load conditions within the analysis so that I can run solution combination non-proportional fatigue analysis on both the rotating and acceleration forces acting on the disc.

However I am unsure how to get more than a single load case into the analysis. Below is an example picture I found online and you can see there are two "environments" and I am wishing to achieve the same but am not show how to do so. Any advice?

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Anyone able to lend advice here?
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