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Old   June 14, 2018, 03:36
Default Modeling a Vehicle load moving on a simply supported bridge with one span in 3D
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I am a beginner in COMSOL multiphysics (5.3a) software and working on the above topic for understanding of software. I have made a simply supported bridge with one span of 10m and with suitable height and thickness of the same in 3D.

I want to model a vehicle(moving point loads) on this bridge, in this time dependent study.I saw the beam_subjected_to_traveling_loads file in the application builder and traveling loads on beam file and not able to investigate further for the formation of moving loads.
I am not familiar with the functions in COMSOL and I need urgent guidance related to this topic. The link to the .mph file is given below

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