Submodel in a Wheel Rim
Application ID: 8517
This tutorial uses the submodeling technique to accurately resolve the stress concentrations in a wheel rim. First a global model is solved to obtain the displacements, which are then used as boundary conditions in a local model of the region where the stress concentrations occur.
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