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Abaqus Distributed Pressure Using Analytic Field

Abaqus Distributed Pressure Using Analytic Field

Abaqus Distributed Pressure Using Analytic Field

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Hi I am trying to write an analytic field expression that allows me to change a variable that controls the slope of the distribution. The total load must equal 140N and the length on the object is 0.7m. I have uploaded a sketch of examples to help. if anyone could help with this it would be appreciated and I hope this makes sense?

RE: Abaqus Distributed Pressure Using Analytic Field

The expression field editor is too simple for that. It only supports coordinates as parameters and some math operators. To define and use your own variables you would need full-blown Python scripting.

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