In this Creo Simulate tutorial, I will demonstrate how to create Force/Moment Loads. I then go on to show all of the different settings involved in making a force/Moment load, such as the best convention for selecting references, changing the distribution and the spatial variation and changing the Force/Moment vector distribution. ... (Show more)(Show less)
This video includes the following steps:
1.Click Applications > Simulate.
2.Click Model Setup under Home tab
3.Check FEM Mode option > OK.
4.Select Solid or Boundary as mesh type under Mesh cascade menu> Mesh > Close
5.Click Run under Home tab > select ANSYS or MSC/NASTRAN as the solver
6.Check Out to File option > OK
7.Enter name of the study directory > OK.... (Show more)(Show less)
In this tutorial you learn how to define constraints in a non-Cartesian coordinate system. The advantage of doing this is that you can constrain radial, axial, or angle of twist degrees of freedom which cannot easily be accomplished using an X, Y, and Z reference.... (Show more)(Show less)