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Control + Flex - Deformation contour plots

Control + Flex - Deformation contour plots

Control + Flex - Deformation contour plots

Hey guys ,

Having issue with showing Deformation contour plots when analyzing.res files that produced by running Simulink Adams control simulations with flexible bodies.

Some models do have Deformation contour results assigned to their .res files while other don't.
For those Adams writes warning: "there is no Deformation results for any bodies in the default view"

While I run interactive mode I can see that the model behavior is as needed so I think the problem is the result writing to .res files.

Looking for advice



RE: Control + Flex - Deformation contour plots


Wanted to share that the problem is too complex FLEX body.
when I took my flex assembly and built it part by part (each part is flex) the deformation contour plots worked fine.


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