How to apply a bearing load

How to apply a bearing load - iv) coordinate system v)...

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EML 4535 1 Summer 2003 HW#10 How to apply a bearing load 1) Part, FEM, and Coordinate System a) Create the part and necessary partitions b) Create a FE model by clicking on (M10) c) Create a coordinate system (R6) i) Select global C.S. for new C.S. to reference iii) Click on “options” from pop-up menu 2) Now create the data surface: a) click on “Data Surface” (R2) in the Boundary Conditions task & select the bottom surfaces (where you want to apply the load) b) In the pop-up window i) name = your choice ii) creation method = function iii) click on “specify function”
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Unformatted text preview: iv) coordinate system v) function type cylindrical vi) expression = -sin(th) vii)options: offset factor = 0.3 along vector OK 3) Now apply the force EML 4535 2 Summer 2003 HW#10 a) Click on the force icon (L2) & pick the surfaces you want the load to be applied to b) Direction definition select "vector" i) Click on icon to specify direction c) Specify the amplitude i) Traction: amplitude value, type surface, data surface= the data surface you created in step 3 4) Scale your sketch a) Click on (M5) scaled sketch b) Select the forces c) Enter Data Surface: Bearing load Load/Area = 1N/m 2 Function = sin(th)...
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