loads can be non uniform using a special option in the force
or pressure tab : you can enter values for V, A, B, C, D and so on.
The formula used is this one (taken from the online doc)
F(X,Y) = V* (A + B*X + C*Y + D*X*Y + E*X^2 + F*Y^2)

Hi, if you are using Cosmosworks means, in cosmosworks online
tutorials are available. under the static analysis you can find one
example problem how to define non uniform pressure. for your
problem first of all find that the loading is varying in which
direction, then create a coordinate system. with respect to your
coordinate system, you need to enter the values i.e along X or Y.
But V,A AND B etc are constants. this is similar like y=mx+C

I don't think there's much difference between non-uniform pressure and non-uniform force, but I too and confused on how to use these. It's a very abstract UI to "click" with my brain!

The formula used is this one (taken from the online doc)

F(X,Y) = V* (A + B*X + C*Y + D*X*Y + E*X^2 + F*Y^2)

hi.....

that one is the example of non unoform pressure not load!!!!!!!

thanks

I don't think there's much difference between non-uniform pressure and non-uniform force, but I too and confused on how to use these. It's a very abstract UI to "click" with my brain!