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Re: Lateral displasement

01-30-2013 04:04 AM in reply to: oyvinkle

As far as we understood your desire it is rather not possible to obtain (maybe with adding additional supports...)

Take a look at attached screen shot. This is an example of wall subjected to act only in Y / Z directions (supports blocking X in all nodes defined). So for such simple model you get "axial" wall deformation.


BTW: do not you think you should use Membrane diapgragm rather then Rigid? 

Of course it is your choice, just my remark.



Rafal Gaweda