# Where is the mass in Ansys Workbench?

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## How do I add mass in ANSYS Workbench?

To add Point Mass and inertia effects to geometry in ANSYS® Mechanical, right-click on models that inside the geometry tab in Mechanical Tree, hover your mouse on the ‘Insert’ tab as shown by the red arrow then click on ‘Point Mass’ as shown in the red box.

## What is point mass in ANSYS?

Mass Idealizations—Creo Ansys Simulation. A mass or point mass idealization is used to represent a concentrated mass without stiffness and no specific shape. The mass and shape of an object determines how the object resists translation and rotation.

## What is distributed mass in ANSYS?

The distributed mass definition feature of ANSYS® is a very useful thing that you can assign various mass values to various geometric features inside ANSYS® Mechanical. So mass value does not depend on the material properties because you can enter whatever you want.

## How do you make a remote point in Ansys Workbench?

Step 1: From Tree Outline, click right-mouse-button (RMB) at “Model” and choose “Create a Remote Points”, create a remote pointe with selected geometry and coordinates.

## What is meant by mass distribution?

In physics and mechanics, mass distribution is the spatial distribution of mass within a solid body. In principle, it is relevant also for gases or liquids, but on earth their mass distribution is almost homogeneous.

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## How do you use weights in Ansys?

Loads> Apply> Structural > inertia > gravity > global (to add the self weight of the overall structure) > then if your gravity (vertical) direction is in the +ve direction of Y-axis, then type in (ACCEL Y) box the value (+1).