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CBUSH - large forces

CBUSH - large forces

CBUSH - large forces

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Hello everyone, I have a question. I just start to work as a stress engineer and found something weird in CBUSH element. Sometimes it gives large forces (BUSH Fx, Fy and Fz) in a simple static analysis. Does it happen with somebody? May be someone knows explanation?
I work with FEMAP and NX NASTRAN.
Thanks in advanced.

RE: CBUSH - large forces

are you saying that the CBUSH results differ from your hand calc ?

another day in paradise, or is paradise one day closer ?

RE: CBUSH - large forces

what are you using the cbush for? can you share an image showing how you are using the cbush?

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