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Define Submodel PropertyManager

Select the bodies from the parent study to include in the submodel.

To access this PropertyManager, right-click the study icon at the top of the Simulation study tree (static or nonlinear study type) and select Create Submodeling Study.

Submodel

Select a parent study from which you create the submodeling study.
The study type must be static or nonlinear static with more than one body and not be a submodeling study itself. The parent study cannot be a 2D Simplification study.
From the list of bodies, select the bodies to include in the submodeling study.
  • The selected bodies of the submodel cannot share connectors with unselected bodies.
  • The selected bodies of the submodel cannot have No penetration contact with unselected bodies.


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