1 Reply Latest reply on May 26, 2014 9:09 PM by Jared Conway

    Direction of a Virtual Wall

    Aaron Morris

      After running through a simulation, I found that the results allowed for displacement through a virtual wall that I set up in the unintended direction. The plane that is used to define the virtual wall is coincident to the surface in question, but I don't know how to define in which direction the virtual wall allows displacement and which it does not. Any ideas? Thanks.

        • Re: Direction of a Virtual Wall
          Jared Conway

          Post a picture of what you are seeing at 1:1 scale. Lots of times we see customers thinking there is interference because of the exaggeration scale.


          The virtual wall doesn't have a direction to answer your first question. Like other contact it knows the surface normals that face each other.