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I am trying to apply a moment on a

I am trying to apply a moment on a

I am trying to apply a moment on a

I am trying to apply a moment on a surface of a solid body. I have read and tried a few things but still get the error below:

Load "Moment(1)" has an incompatible mesh.
SUGGESTION: Change the mesh or the load.

The edit suggested in the post below did not solve the problem for me.

thread727-362707: Applying a moment in NX and getting incompatible mesh error

Does anyone have any advice?

RE: I am trying to apply a moment on a

Nodes of solid elements don’t have rotational degrees of freedom so you will need some workaround. Usually this is done using rigid link that connects the nodes on the surface of a solid body with additional reference node to which a moment can be applied.

RE: I am trying to apply a moment on a

apply the moment as a couple. Build a RBE spider to attach to a few nodes around where you want to apply the moment. This is what FEAway is describing

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