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Hi,

I am new to modeling of moving parts in ANSYS. I have made a basic cylinder-piston model in SW since the original model is very complex. I have added a small cylinder inside the assembly (for air). Here, I also added the constraint for movement of piston inside cylinder ( 1 dof).

I have to apply a load of 1000N on the piston (indirectly on air) and I have to analyse the pressure of the air which is exerted on the piston when it moves to BDC. Also, I need to find the temperature inside the cylinder. I dont have an idea on how to set displacement constraints for this.

I do not have idea on how to set the force of 1000N and how to set the boundary conditions. Also, what type of meshing will be used.

Please, could you guide me and give me some idea so that I could proceed with the problem.

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