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AddSelectedBaseExcitation Method (ICWLoadsAndRestraintsManager)

Applies a base excitation to the specified restraint along the specified directions for dynamic studies.

.NET Syntax

Visual Basic (Declaration) 
Function AddSelectedBaseExcitation( _
   ByVal NType As System.Integer, _
   ByVal SFixtureName As System.String, _
   ByVal NUnits As System.Integer, _
   ByVal BDir1 As System.Integer, _
   ByVal DVal1 As System.Double, _
   ByVal BDir2 As System.Integer, _
   ByVal DVal2 As System.Double, _
   ByVal BDir3 As System.Integer, _
   ByVal DVal3 As System.Double, _
   ByRef ErrorCode As System.Integer _
) As CWBaseExcitation
Visual Basic (Usage) 
Dim instance As ICWLoadsAndRestraintsManager
Dim NType As System.Integer
Dim SFixtureName As System.String
Dim NUnits As System.Integer
Dim BDir1 As System.Integer
Dim DVal1 As System.Double
Dim BDir2 As System.Integer
Dim DVal2 As System.Double
Dim BDir3 As System.Integer
Dim DVal3 As System.Double
Dim ErrorCode As System.Integer
Dim value As CWBaseExcitation
 
value = instance.AddSelectedBaseExcitation(NType, SFixtureName, NUnits, BDir1, DVal1, BDir2, DVal2, BDir3, DVal3, ErrorCode)
C# 
CWBaseExcitation AddSelectedBaseExcitation( 
   System.int NType,
   System.string SFixtureName,
   System.int NUnits,
   System.int BDir1,
   System.double DVal1,
   System.int BDir2,
   System.double DVal2,
   System.int BDir3,
   System.double DVal3,
   out System.int ErrorCode
)
C++/CLI 
CWBaseExcitation^ AddSelectedBaseExcitation( 
&   System.int NType,
&   System.String^ SFixtureName,
&   System.int NUnits,
&   System.int BDir1,
&   System.double DVal1,
&   System.int BDir2,
&   System.double DVal2,
&   System.int BDir3,
&   System.double DVal3,
&   [Out] System.int ErrorCode
) 

Parameters

NType
Type of excitation as defined in swsBaseExcitationType_e
SFixtureName
Model entity to which the restraint is applied 
NUnits

If NType is ... Then units are as defined in ...
swsBaseExcitationType_e.swsBaseExcitationType_Displacement swsLinearUnit_e
swsBaseExcitationType_e.swsBaseExcitationType_Velocity swsVelocityUnit_e
swsBaseExcitationType_e.swsBaseExcitationType_Acceleration swsAccelerationUnit_e

BDir1
1 to add excitation along plane direction 1, 0 to not
DVal1
Excitation along plane direction 1 (see Remarks)
BDir2
1 to add excitation along plane direction 2, 0 to not
DVal2
Excitation along plane direction 2 (see Remarks)
BDir3
1 to add excitation along normal to plane, 0 to not
DVal3
Excitation along normal to the plane (see Remarks)
ErrorCode

Error code as defined in swsRestraintError_e

Return Value

ICWBaseExcitation

Remarks

Set negative values in DVal1, DVal2, and DVal3 to indicate reverse directions.

If this is a random vibration dynamic study, then DVal1, DVal2, and DVal3 are the Power Spectral Densities of the specified NType.

 

See Also

Availability

SOLIDWORKS Simulation API 2012 SP0


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