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Restrictions on 2D Simplification Studies

Setting up a 2D simplification analysis is similar to setting up any other study.

The table shows the restrictions when using a 2D simplification analysis.

Feature Options not available
Bodies Make Rigid, Fix, Treat as Remote Mass, Treat as Remote Load.
Connections Spring, pin, bolt, bearing, spot weld, edge weld, link, and rigid connection.
Contact sets Virtual wall.
For thermal studies, no contact sets are available.
Fixtures Elastic support, bearing fixture, and grounded bolt. You cannot use the Split tab to apply fixtures to a section of a face.
External Loads Flow effects, remote load/mass, and distributed mass. You cannot apply radiation for thermal studies. You cannot use the Split tab to apply loads to a section of a face.
You cannot drag and drop features across studies. However, you can duplicate a study to copy features across studies and edit the duplicate study later.


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