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Please tell me how to do ti other than a completely fixed constraint

KS_10322950
5-Regular Member

Please tell me how to do ti other than a completely fixed constraint

Hello everybody

I am using Creo version 7.0

I have a creo simulate question


Vacuum pressure is applied toward the inside of the chamber.

This pressure can cause deformation of round plates, fixed plates, etc.

When x, y, and z are all fixed with a fully fixed constraint, you will not see any deformations occurring in the circular part, square plate, or rib.


So I'd like to know how to look at the deformations occurring near the bottom of the chamber without completely fixing x, y, z.

12 square plates are frame plates

We will give this plate a fixed constraint.

Given a completely fixed constraint for x, y, and z, the deformation occurring in a circular plate, square plate, or RIB is unknown.

So we want to impose constraints on the square plate.


Is there a way other than a completely fixed constraint in this case?

The pressure acts from the outside of the chamber to the inside.

Round plates, square plates and RIBs are expected to undergo many deformations due to pressure

I would like to see the deformation that occurs in the round plate, square plate, and RIB. (Deformation is inevitable.)

Is there any good way other than full fixed constraint?

please help please

 

y-axis -> Height

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example att.,

without fixing

KS_10322950
5-Regular Member
(To:skunks)

x,y,z all without fixing?

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