September 29, 2021 at 7:56 am

pietro_lopo

Subscriber

Ok, but... i'll explain better my case.

I split it in 2 cases:

CASE 1: Gravity Force + Weight force given by the machine linked to the beam ( forces D and C)

CASE 2: Rotating force (i considered only the component in the Y-axis direction, which is the most dangerous one, and I inserted in this case the fatigue tool)

Now, if I use the solution combination tool, and insert in this the fatigue tool, will it be a correct model?

The forces in the 1st case (forces C and D) are the static one, while the forces in the 2nd case (A and B) are the rotating one and i inserted only the y-component, and in the Fatigue Tool i used the fully reversed cycle to "simulate" a sort of rotation.

What do you think?

Thank you by the way, you have been very helpful!

I split it in 2 cases:

CASE 1: Gravity Force + Weight force given by the machine linked to the beam ( forces D and C)

CASE 2: Rotating force (i considered only the component in the Y-axis direction, which is the most dangerous one, and I inserted in this case the fatigue tool)

Now, if I use the solution combination tool, and insert in this the fatigue tool, will it be a correct model?

The forces in the 1st case (forces C and D) are the static one, while the forces in the 2nd case (A and B) are the rotating one and i inserted only the y-component, and in the Fatigue Tool i used the fully reversed cycle to "simulate" a sort of rotation.

What do you think?

Thank you by the way, you have been very helpful!