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javat33489
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This is probably off topic, but I would like to ask.

I tested LS Dyna built into WORKBENCH.

It is not possible to attach SPH bodies and rigid bodies to each other. The LS-Dyna single module prepost has a TIED_NODES_TO_SURFACES pin that allows you to pin the rigid body segment and SPH of the body. But ANSYS WB LS-DYNA ACT does not have this option.

There is no information in the tutorials either.

How to set a contact in WORKBENCH? If you use a snippet, it is not possible to set a segment for a rigid body.

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Hi @javat33489,

I’ve yet to dive into Workbench so I won’t be able to help. Have you tried *Constrained_extra_nodes instead? There’s usually multiple ways to constrain nodes depending on if bodies are rigid or not etc but that should work as well.

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Posted by: @negativevolume

Hi @javat33489,

I’ve yet to dive into Workbench so I won’t be able to help. Have you tried *Constrained_extra_nodes instead? There’s usually multiple ways to constrain nodes depending on if bodies are rigid or not etc but that should work as well.

I have not used such a command before. Will it be a snippet? What will the snippet code for the WORKBEnch look like?

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Posted by: @negativevolume

Hi @javat33489,

I’ve yet to dive into Workbench so I won’t be able to help. Have you tried *Constrained_extra_nodes instead? There’s usually multiple ways to constrain nodes depending on if bodies are rigid or not etc but that should work as well.

I have not used such a command before. Will it be a snippet? What will the snippet code for the WORKBEnch look like?

Will you help me?

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