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ASSIGN MASS TO A RIGID BODY

ASSIGN MASS TO A RIGID BODY

ASSIGN MASS TO A RIGID BODY

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Hi,

Does anybody know how to assign mass to a rigid body?

Thanks in advance,

ferro1001

RE: ASSIGN MASS TO A RIGID BODY

Section manager\create\other\point\edit section.
Assign section.
I assume you have ABAQUS/CAE.
Regards

RE: ASSIGN MASS TO A RIGID BODY

Gelu's right, but you have to assign a reference point to your rigid body first, in the part module, of CAE, assign -> reference point.

Charley

RE: ASSIGN MASS TO A RIGID BODY

Does anybody know how to create an interaction between a costrained deformed part and a rigid body?

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