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Unexpected results in joints rotation
04-08-2017, 03:39 PM, (This post was last modified: 04-08-2017, 04:26 PM by Bas.)
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RE: Unexpected results in joints rotation
Hello Rien,

Thanks for your answer. I'm aware of the big displacement I input there.
I also put a MaxRot of 90 degrees in the same input table.

The real numbers are about 14 mm inwards and outwards displacement.
And a maximum rotation of 3 degrees.

But with these numbers I got a maximum rotation of 3 degrees, with a STOP.
If I use, for example, a MaxRot of 10 degrees, I get a resulting rotation of 10 degrees, with a STOP.
If I use 20 degrees, I get a rotation of 20 degrees, with a STOP, etc..
All the way up to the (unrealistic) numbers in the model I attached.

This seems unexpected.
In this test-model I've only used sand, and there is not even SET-Z.
So you would expect minimal displacements of the pipe.
And so you would also expect minimal rotations in the joints.
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Unexpected results in joints rotation - by Bas - 04-08-2017, 01:30 PM
RE: Unexpected results in joints rotation - by Bas - 04-08-2017, 03:39 PM

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