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Default problem with the eart gravity in the explicit dynamics domain
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Hello,

I would like to have your expertise about my issue: I have downloaded the ANSYS student version 17.2 but unfortunately the effect of the earth gravity doesn't work when the geometry is more complex than a cube in the explicit dynamics domain. Could you please give me some advise to resolve this problem?

(For example a sphere that is supposed to fall on a cube thanks to the gravity will not move but a cube that is supposed to fall on a other cube thanks to the gravity will move).

Thank you very much for your helps
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