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Displacement results question
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Greetings,Firstly many thanks for letting us trial your software, it looks very promising.Regarding the results, please check the attached .png image.If we consider the total length of the object…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Goldy Kumar Aug 26, 2020.

 

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Goldy Kumar replied to V.A.'s discussion 'Displacement results question'
"Hi V.A. I apologize for not responding earlier. Somehow missed the notification. Below are my comments to your question. 1. Unfortunately, we only support bonded contact right now. 2. You can simulate the screw with two opposite loads applied, but…"
Aug 26, 2020
V.A. replied to V.A.'s discussion 'Displacement results question'
"Greetings, I would have one more question - this one regarding the sub-element contact within the simulation.  Please take a look at the bolted contact image - I would need to have a bolted contact between these 2 sheets rather than a bonded…"
Jul 1, 2020
Goldy Kumar replied to V.A.'s discussion 'Displacement results question'
"No problem. Let us know if there are any more questions."
Jun 10, 2020
V.A. replied to V.A.'s discussion 'Displacement results question'
"Dear Mr. Kumar Many thanks for your clarifications, I will discuss this further and get back to you with any further questions.  We have also bought a license and will be conducting more tests."
Jun 10, 2020
Goldy Kumar replied to V.A.'s discussion 'Displacement results question'
"Hi, Looking at the displacement for the violation of linear elasticity assumption can be misleading, as it measures the total deformation from the restraint. So a tiny deformation, for example, at the cantilever beam base, can lead to a large…"
Jun 9, 2020
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Displacement results question

Greetings,Firstly many thanks for letting us trial your software, it looks very promising.Regarding the results, please check the attached .png image.If we consider the total length of the object being tested (785mm) and the maximum displacement of said object (1.3mm) we can say that the displacement overall falls within the linear space for the steel being used.Would you agree with this statement?However what raises a question for me, because the object is composed of parts - to really be sure…See More
Jun 2, 2020
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