How to apply load on node/ intersection mesh? See picture above.
You can port the model to GeoSTAR if you have Simulation Premium, and you can directly apply loads at a nodal point while in GeoSTAR. Another method works in the SolidWorks interface: draw sketch lines on the face such that the end point of the sketch lines terminate at the coordinate location you want. Then, execute "insert>curve>split line" to split the face with the lines. After you mesh, the meshing algorithm will locate a node at the apex and nodes will be located along the split lines (usually), as evidenced by the appearance of the mesh. -good luck.
Thank for your reply,
Can you explained more detail to port the model to GeoSTAR?
In the past there was an export option while in SolidWorks Simulation. It might still be there on the Simulation Menu - in any case if you can locate that option, you can save the model geometry and mesh as a "*.geo" file. Then, launch the GeoSTAR interface. It's in the "COSMOSM Tools" folder, under the SolidWorks folder - there are GeoSTAR interface launchers. Once in GeoSTAR, you can "read" the "*.geo" file, but I cannot recall the menu or command to do that - you'd have to hunt around for it. Hope that helps.
Retrieving data ...