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how to give a wavy motion to particular object?

Ramanand

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hi ther..

can anyone tel me how to giv wavy motion i mean sinusoidal or cosine motion to an object that modeled in pro-e?..

(ex: canti lever beam or simply supported beam..)

and is it possible to export that wavy motion to CFX software?

plzz do lem me know as soon as possible..

thankin u all..

Ramanand. V
 

jabbadeus

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Sounds like a Mechanica problem to me. Take the model, apply idealizations, boundary conditions, and load conditions, run the analysis, and animate the results, capturing them in an MPEG file.
 

Luis Aguirre

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You need to run a modal analysis and look at the shape modes. if it is a cantilever beam what you are modeling run the analysis then animate the 3 or higher modes. There will be some twisting modes but mostly the rest of the modes will look like a sinusoidal. However, I am just a little curious what you are trying to accomplish.



Luis
 

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