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solidTractionFree vs TractionDisplacement boundary condition

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Old   February 12, 2021, 05:51
Default solidTractionFree vs TractionDisplacement boundary condition
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I am working in poromechanics. I need to give stress boundary condition. I am having some problem near the boundary but solver is working fine in inside the domain and away from the boundaries.

I want to want to ask what is the difference between solidTractionFree and tractionDisplacement with 0 pressure and 0 traction values. Please clarify.

Another thing, what is the difference between solidTraction and tractionDisplacement boundary condition?
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boundary cells, boundary condition, solid mechanics, stress analysis, tractiondisplacement

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