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Old   February 10, 2014, 05:56
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Hi everyone,

and welcome to my first topic. I was wondering how I can set the boundary conditions of a 3D, non-symmetric (Z-shaped) object so that one fixed plane (bottom right end) and another one, on which a negative pressure is attached (top left end) move parallel.

I have fixed the DOF on the bottom right end plane and the DOF of the top left end in Y, Z, where also a pressure is attached. However, in the simulation the planes don't move parallel (which makes sense) - the top left plane tilts over. Is it possible to add a condition to let it move parallel?

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