09-13-2017 08:21 AM
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09-13-2017 09:06 AM - edited 09-13-2017 09:07 AM
Use an associative measure body to create a point at the CG of the body then use measure point to get expressions for the X,Y,Z coordinates of the CG. In the expression system, you can create expressions to get the r and theta values (you already have the z value).
r = sqrt(x^2 + y^2)
theta = atangent2(x,y)
Use the measure point expression names for the X and Y coordinates in place of x and y above.
The above will work in NX 9, but I'm not sure if lower versions have the "measure point" function.
09-14-2017 07:47 AM
09-14-2017 08:02 AM
@cowski1 wrote:
Use an associative measure body to create a point at the CG of the body then use measure point to get expressions for the X,Y,Z coordinates of the CG. In the expression system, you can create expressions to get the r and theta values (you already have the z value).
r = sqrt(x^2 + y^2)
theta = atangent2(x,y)
Use the measure point expression names for the X and Y coordinates in place of x and y above.
The above will work in NX 9, but I'm not sure if lower versions have the "measure point" function.
Just to mention that, 'Measure Point' command was introduced in NX 9.
Regards,
Ganesh Kadole
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09-14-2017 08:06 AM
@cowski1 thanks for your reply.
Expression and formulae you mentioned will give me cylinderical coordinates of Point created at CG and not the radial CG value.
For Example :
If we consider and cylinder with radius 10 and z-axis as cylinder axis, CG values in X-and Y direction from cartesian CSYS will be equal to zero and hence r and theta value calculated from these X and Y values will also be zero.
But on the other hand if i calculate CG in cyclinderical CSYS from basics formulae R = integration (m.dr)/total mass and setiing limits of integration from 0 to 10 , i will get a positive value.
Hope you got what i am looking for.
09-14-2017 08:57 AM
Are you saying that if you calculate the center of gravity of a cylinder with the cylinder's axis = Z axis using cylindrical coordinates, the CG does NOT lie on the axis? If so, either you are calculating something other than the CG of the body or you need to check your math.
09-15-2017 08:09 PM