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How to know the mass, area and volume of a designed part in Abaqus?

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How to know the mass, area and volume of a designed part in Abaqus?

How to know the mass, area and volume of a designed part in Abaqus?

(OP)
Dear all,

I have a simple question.


After designing a 3D Deformable part, Is it possible to know the mass, area and volume of the designed part in Abaqus? Some kind of option that tells us information regarding the designed part?
Since the geometry of my deisgn is kind of complicating, it is difficuilt to find these parameters manually.


Thank you,
Fahd

RE: How to know the mass, area and volume of a designed part in Abaqus?

The Part Module -> Query Tool -> Mass Properties gives mass, volume, centre of mass and moment of inertia.

RE: How to know the mass, area and volume of a designed part in Abaqus?

(OP)
God bless you

Thank you.

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