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Old   September 18, 2016, 10:51
Exclamation Workbench Target-Contact in different versions
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I ran an analysis in workbench 16 but for the same analysis, I had to flip the contact and targets in workbench 17. I was wondering if Ansys has changed its conventions? The help for both the 16 and 17 version looks the same. Also, I need some examples on how you decide a surface should be target or contact. I know there are some guidelines for that in the help but in some cases, they were contradictory especially for complicated problems.
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