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coupling two nodes with abaqus

coupling two nodes with abaqus

coupling two nodes with abaqus

(OP)
Hello to everybody,
I'm working with a model and I need to lie two nodes which initially have the same coordinate position. Afther one analysis with the two nodes linked, I want to remove this link and make a new analysis. I do this process because I'm simulating a crack in composite materials.
The question is:
What comand line I have to use to lie only two nodes?

The help talks about to lie a reference node with all nodes of a surface, but this isn't my case.

Thanks.
Emili (Spain)

RE: coupling two nodes with abaqus

Hello,

Have you tried *kinematic coupling ? or *equation ?

RE: coupling two nodes with abaqus

Hi emigoz

I am also doing some crack simulation in composite materials.If possible can i get some details about ur materials and process of ur simulation. as i am new to ABAQUS CAE
my email id is shahirsherif24@yahoo.com

thx

sheriff

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