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two parts seperated after modal analysis in Patran

two parts seperated after modal analysis in Patran

two parts seperated after modal analysis in Patran

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Hi,

I have a model consist of two parts in Patran. When I did a static analysis, I found error 9050. Then I did a modal analysis for trouble shooting. I found two parts seperate in the fringe plot. Does this mean the two parts are actually not connected to each other. Is this the reason for my 9050 error?

RE: two parts seperated after modal analysis in Patran

Yesr if you read all the freq from modal you will find a one or plus freq=0, it means that you model is not adequately constrained for a static analysis.

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