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10-23-2017 10:17 AM

Hi,

For my thesis, I am trying to model the bending of a flexible instrument using NX11 advanced simulation. With solve 106. It has geometric nolinearity. I model it as a beam with a moment at the end and I want it to have the form shown below. Is there a tutorial which gives a step by step instructions on how to work with sol 106?

The manual seems overly complicated and FEA is not really the goal of the thesis, thus I don't have the time to go through the manual or learn how to write input files.

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10-24-2017 08:37 AM

SOL106 is up to 10% (11-12)of strain, for larger you need check 106/601.

Read frist about the material models in Siemens Documentation and choose proper one. In Online documentation you also have some tutorials how to perform basic analysis.

Here is the link to documentation.

https://docs.plm.automation.siemens.com/tdoc/nx/11/nx_help/#uid:index

PS: what is the exact output you need ?

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10-24-2017 12:32 PM

It seems you are right, sol 106 is not working. However, I've been trying

to work with 601 but I never seem to get it to work. And the documentation

has no concise tutorial on how to use 601. But this being the internet, I

bet somewhere some has used it or made a tutorial and I was wondering if

anyone might know a link. (BTW, I am not using Femap)

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10-24-2017 12:46 PM

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