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Max Ulmer

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  1. Compression Only Spring

    Hello! Is there a way to model a compression only spring / element in optistruct? I want to use these elements to replace the rolling elements of a simplified bearing. Many thanks in advance. Max
  2. Nonlinear FEA - No results available

    Hi, The files are saved locally and I currently have no access to the computer. I will share them asap.
  3. Hello! I am currently working on the analysis of a two piece wheel hub for a wheel hub drive. The model contains apart from the mesh a few contacts (some of them with a negative clearance for bolt pretension) and springs to modell the stiffness of the wheel bearings. My problem is that the analysis does converge pretty well but there are no results attached. I already tried to define several ouputs with different options but I never got results. If I just change the load step to "linear static" and run the analysis there are results. Did someone have the same problem already or does someone have an idea what could be my fault? I am working with HW 13 and Optistruct. Many thanks in advance! Regards, Max
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