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Old   July 24, 2012, 09:25
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Jean-Philippe Guérin
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I would like to know how to insert a pressure on a certain diameter. In my problem, I have a circular disc of 200mm diameter. I need to insert a pressure of 2 MPa in the center of my disc, and on a diameter of 30mm. I can't find a way to add a pressure not on all the surface of the top of my disc.

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Old   July 24, 2012, 22:19
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Hi Jean-Philippe,

Well one easy way is to slice your geometry in DesignModeler, then form a new part with all the sub-parts (to have a single mesh), then in Mechanical you can easily select your sub-surface to apply your pressure load.

This is not an elegant way to do it but I think it's the quickest and easiest way (I'm not aware of another way) .

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