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Old   September 26, 2018, 00:16
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Hassan Iftekhar
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I am performing a simulation on ANSYS Workbench in explicit dynamics module.

A block is striking the plate and I want to measure the forces on a point with change in time. A graph of it will be fine.

Your help and response will be highly appreciated.



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