Assembly with a Hinge
Model ID: 10569
In mechanical assemblies, parts are sometimes connected so that they are free to move relative to each other in one or more degrees of freedom. Examples of such connections are ball joints, hinges, and different types of bearings. If the details of the connection are not the subjects of the analysis, it is often possible to model the connection using the Rigid Connector feature in COMSOL Multiphysics. This example illustrates how to model a barrel hinge connecting two solid objects in an assembly.