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Old 08-21-2018, 08:05 AM
maryamkhd maryamkhd is offline
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Question extenal force- gate as input

hi
I have 2 question:
- in anybody how could we put external force on different parts of body (both concentrated force and pressure )
(i wanted to put some force on one of gate examples and analyze it)


- is it possible to have a gate (displacement and rotation of some points in body) as a input in any body, and have force/moment analisys as output?


thanks.
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Old 08-21-2018, 09:49 AM
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Hi Maryam,

First of all, please fill information about yourself and your institution. This is a professional forum and we would like to know who we are helping.

Secondly, please read our ref. manual on AnyForce3D - you can find examples of code. As well as that some application of the repository use AnyForce3D class.

Code:
  AnyFolder Loads = {

    //---------------------------------
    AnyForce3D HandLoad = {
      AnyRefNode &HandNode = ..Segs.LowerArm.HandNode;
      F = {0,0,-100};  // Global force in Newton
      
      
      AnyFloat FoutTest = Fout;
    };

    //---------------------------------
    AnyForce ElbowTorque = {
      AnyJoint& Jnt = ..Jnts.Elbow;
      F = {10};  // Force, equivalent to torque in Newton
    };


  };
Yes, it is possible to prescribe motion, both displacement and rotations, - this is a primary source of input in AnyBody. Please start by looking at the tutorials - all these questions are covered.

Kind regards,
Pavel
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