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Errors working with connectors and Inertia releif.

Errors working with connectors and Inertia releif.

Errors working with connectors and Inertia releif.

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Hello,

I have created a simple model with the purpose of understanding how connectors and Inertia relief work.

My aim for the model is to simply attach 2 parts together with some elastic wire, apply a load on one of the parts and then see how the deformations take place when no boundary conditions are present.


For connectors: I create 4 reference points on the assembly and then constrain the reference point to the vertice that they are adjacent to with "Pin" type. I then create 2 wires between the reference points and assign them a section of "Cartesian + Rotatation", so that all CORM are available and I give them some values for the stiffness.

In my model I then create an Inertia relief load to balance out another body force load but I seem to have some errors and the simulation quickly aborts. I have attached some pictures for reference. I also attach the cae file.





Any help is greatly appreciated.

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