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coupling Explicit (or exporting results) and static structural Ansys WB 19 (or 18.2)

coupling Explicit (or exporting results) and static structural Ansys WB 19 (or 18.2)

coupling Explicit (or exporting results) and static structural Ansys WB 19 (or 18.2)

Hello again everyone,

I hope somebody can help me with this question. I wish to couple Explicit module with Static structural (in Ansys WB 19 or 18.2) ... or perhaps transient structural ... or with any other module which could eventually lead to Modal analysis (or equivalent). How to do that?

As it happens, some metal forming processes are better simulated with explicit methods. In order to analyse the springback, the result of the last (explicit) loading step is imported into an implicit step (static structural). I have done this previously by using Abaqus, but, I cannot figure out how to connect the explicit and static in Ansys WB.

can anybody help me?

Kind regards

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