# What is reference and Mobile in Ansys?

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## What is revolute joint Ansys?

A revolute joint consists of a spider of elements from one face, to a central coordinate system, and another spider of elements from that coordinate system out to another face. A contact consists of nodes checking for penetration of element faces.

## How are joints defined in Ansys Workbench?

Defining Joints in Ansys Mechanical

1. Define a Joint using the Geometry Scoping Method and Applied By set to Remote Attachment. …
2. Pre-create the Remote Points and when defining the Joint select Remote Point as the Scoping Method.
3. Using Named Selections and the Automation-> Object Generator Tool.

## What is Revolute pair?

A revolute joint (also called pin joint or hinge joint) is a one-degree-of-freedom kinematic pair used frequently in mechanisms and machines. The joint constrains the motion of two bodies to pure rotation along a common axis.

## What is rough contact in Ansys?

Rough. Similar to the frictionless setting, these setting models perfectly rough frictional contact where there is no sliding. It only applies to regions of faces (for 3D solids) or edges (for 2D plates). By default, no automatic closing of gaps is performed.

Joint load refers to the force put on a weight-bearing or load-bearing joint during activity. Researchers are trying to determine the impact of joint load on the pathology or progression of osteoarthritis.

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## What is frictionless support?

It is a type of support used to constrained degrees of freedom in normal directions. This support or boundary condition is used to prevent one or more flat or curved faces from moving or deforming in the normal direction.

## What is a joint in Ansys?

Joints—Creo Ansys Simulation. A joint is a type of connection or junction at which usually two bodies are joined together in a way that restricts some degrees of freedom (DOFS) while leaving others free.

## What is cylindrical support in Ansys?

Cylindrical Constraint—Creo Ansys Simulation. A pin or cylindrical constraint allows the axial, angular & radial movement of a cylindrical surface, while keeping the axis fixed. It is particularly useful when a surface must move in one or more directions, but must be fixed in the remaining directions.

## What is compression only support in Ansys Workbench?

A Compression only support creates a frictionless contact with a rigid surface. That is like putting a pin in the hole. Bearing load creates a force on the nodes where the maximum force is at 0 degrees and zero force is at 90 degrees on either side and the distribution of force is sinusoidal.

## What is the difference between contact and target?

Generally, convex surface is chosen as contact and concave as target. Besides, large surface is chosen as target when the size of one body in contact is very small compare to another one. Regardless of point to surface contact or surface to surface contact, they are identified as soon as expected.

## What is contact tool in Ansys?

The Contact Tool

ANSYS provides a contact tool, to check for these small gaps. By calculating the initial information, ANSYS can display those parts that have small gaps that can cause convergence or solution issues. Below we can see those contact pairs in yellow that are initially open.

## What is Augmented Lagrange in Ansys?

Augmented Lagrange is the Program Controlled default because tight penetration tolerances are not required for most models and Augmented Lagrange solves faster and has fewer convergence issues.