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Nov 15, 2018
02:30 AM

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Nov 15, 2018
02:30 AM

Acceleration on Body

Hello,

Is it possible in Simulate investigate the behaviour of body fixed on slide carriage with acceleration force?

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Nov 16, 2018
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Nov 16, 2018
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Nov 16, 2018
04:27 AM

When use "Gravity Force", it is necessary that the WCS is in centroid G of the mass;

if not, I need to create a new coordinate system with X = Xg, Y = Yg, Z = Zg, correct?

Nov 16, 2018
04:55 AM

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Nov 16, 2018
04:55 AM

yes

Nov 16, 2018
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Nov 16, 2018
11:34 AM

If I would like to consider the own weight (z = - 9.806 [m/s2]) of the 3D body that is in Simulate, I need add a Ideal mass in the Centroid G?

Nov 19, 2018
02:16 AM

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Nov 19, 2018
02:16 AM

gravitation works on all bodies

Nov 26, 2018
11:58 AM

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Nov 27, 2018
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Dec 04, 2018
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Dec 04, 2018
04:26 AM

what is the purpose of these?

Thank you

Dec 04, 2018
05:10 AM

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Dec 04, 2018
05:10 AM

What does it mean this?

Warning: Resultant measure Forza_10

may not be evaluated correctly because there are

multi-point constraints (MPCs) near the resultant measure.

MPCs may occur in models with mixed or

incompatible meshes, links, fasteners, or

user coordinate system (UCS) constraints.

I found this topic

https://www.ptc.com/en/support/article?n=CS95825&source=snippet

So, also in your example the surfaces of measure and of the rigid link are the same...

Dec 04, 2018
07:40 AM

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Dec 04, 2018
07:40 AM

my **weightet link** is correct:

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