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Old   March 25, 2010, 17:59
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sry guys i know this is not right place for my question but i need urgent help ..! because this is regarding ANSYS Mechanical ::

i want to do stress analysis of disk which is rotating about its centre with 'w' . But i donno how to apply varying centrifugal force for analysis (F=mrw) ? . anyone know how to do this? ( Note: static problem)
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Old   March 31, 2010, 03:11
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For workbench 11 This migth work: Insert a static structural analysis. Select the folder static structural in the project tree. Now a toolbar appears with the button Inertial. Click this button and select rotational velocity. Define the bodies which should rotate, the axis of rotation and the rotational velocity.
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Old   April 1, 2010, 18:32
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hey thnx....
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