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FEM ConstraintForce.svg FEM ConstraintForce

Menu location
Model → Mechanical Constraints → Constraint force
Workbenches
FEM
Default shortcut
None
Introduced in version
-
See also
FEM ConstraintPressure

Description

This command applies a force of given value [N] to selected target geometry.

Usage

Applying a force to a face, line or point:

  • In FEM workbench, click on Constraint Force or select ModelMechanical ConstraintsConstraint force to open Force Constraint properties dialog.
  • If you have Mesh displayed, you need to hide it (select the mesh object and press spacebar or right-click and select Hide item) and show the original model.
  • Click on a face, line or point to which a force should be applied. It will appear in the list of geometrical objects.
  • Fill in Load [N] with a force value in [N].
  • Direction: In a typical case, you'll leave this field empty to apply a force in the normal direction. You can revert the direction of the force by clicking Reverse direction. In other cases, you need to pick a face/plane or edge, which serves as reference for force direction.

FEM ConstraintForce example.JPG

  • Click OK to finish the dialog and create FEM ConstraintForce.svg ConstraintForce object.

Notes

Defined force is applied uniformly to selected objects. For example, if you define one force constraint with 200 N applied to two faces having the same area, each face will be uniformly loaded with 100 N.