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Prasad Bhave wrote:
I am trying to solve the solved example in book regarding 1800N load lifted by lift........exercise no ( 9)
if any body have tried pl share
Isn't that a contradiction?
Thanks a lot for all the replies :
Please see my reply below :
the name of book published by Solidworks is "Solidworks Simulation 2016 training " page number 223 to 232 Exercise number 9
Please check results given on page 230 & 231.
Note that this particular "solved example" is given in the tutorials however we are unable to recreate the solution on Solidworks 2017 Simulation Premium SP 04.
I want to know if any one has tried this example and any one has been able to recreate the solution as highlighted in the tutorials.
While I greatly appreciate all the wise advise/comments given by Mr. Jason Apple, Mr. Glenn Schroeder and the incredible brilliant observations of contradiction by Mr. Dave Bear, I hope that some one is indeed interested in answering the question and not in teaching me the rules and etiquette of the forum.
Thanks a lot!
What is the observed solution?
I Believe that you, must check for the following-
2. Boundary Constraints.
3. Values may differ slightly more or less, as during the manual creation some lower version of Solidworks Might be used. Solidworks newer versions always gives enhanced and better results, ( Benefit of being in Subscription ??)
I dont find any difference with results of 2017 SP4.0 and the reference documents.
Resultant provided in the Study material.
Resultant observed by me.
Hope that helps Prasad / Hemant..
"Hi," 5 to Dave Bear