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Old   October 27, 2013, 10:26
Default Ansys Mechanical 14.0, Axi-symmetric condition in Ansys Mechanical?
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How to apply pressure on the inner surface of the wall of cylinder, in such a way that every point on the inner surface will have the uniform pressure?

As you can see from the diagram, I have two different geometry, the stent and balloon. The balloon is the cylindrical shape object, which is inserted into the stent. I want to create a simulation, in which I apply the load on the inner surface of the balloon, then the balloon will expand, which in turn expand the stent.

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Please help me. Thanks
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Old   April 8, 2014, 15:33
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Just apply Pressure on the inner wall and select it to be Normal to surface.

1-Select 'Static Structural" in outline
2- Apply Loads> Pressure
3- Select inner wall and Apply pressure this to it.
4-In Details of Pressure select "Define By = Normal To"

You are done!
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