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    Discussion in 'The main mechanical design forum' started by mikito, Feb 28, 2010.

    1. mikito

      mikito New Member

      Feb 2010
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      How is a half-sine shock impact load modeled in Cosmosworks? I have been able to model a "Drop Test" but the inputs are drop height, acceleration, and surface hardness (type), and orientation. I think friction effects on the surface can also be included. Is there a way to correlate such a study to typical shock input parameters of <x> g @ <y>msec?

      I have also noticed that the Nonlinear load option allows the program to read in a time-based curve, but I cannot seem to edit it.

      The load is: 100 g for 15 msec.
    3. mvalenti

      mvalenti Well-Known Member

      Nov 2009
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      me thinks this question is too hi-brow for the likes of this group..

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