

November 4, 2023 at 11:58 amMare LevinSubscriber
could you help me please
is there a way to create a function for a pressure like this P= 10*SIN((X*3.14)/4),10000*SIN((X*3.14)/2) in Workbench Static Structural?
i couldn't so i created one Sin_Load.func in APDL but i don't know if is it possible to upload the function to Workbench
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November 4, 2023 at 12:07 pmpeteroznewmanBbp_participant
The equation you wrote P= 10*SIN((X*3.14)/4),10000*SIN((X*3.14)/2) has a comma in it, which means two components, but the second component is also a function of X.Â I was expecting the pressure to be a function of X and Y to map out how the pressure changes with location in the XY plane. Please clarify.

November 4, 2023 at 12:09 pmMare LevinSubscriber
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Thank you for your response .Sorry i mean like this P= 10*SIN(X*3.14/4)*SIN(Y*3.14/2)
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