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Old   July 14, 2021, 16:59
Default Ansys- How to apply a transitional movement to a body
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Good day,
I am currently running a cyclic test on a body of interest. The simulation is set up such that I have a 3d rectangular body under another solid. My goal is to apply a distributed load on one surface of the rectangular body, in turn moving it and applying pressure on the other body and observation deformation, stress, and strain.
The issue I am encountering is that the block moves with rotation and not transitionally.
Any help would be much appreciated.
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