# *SetForce() - asymmetric translational and rotational for command sets

Creates a set force for a pair.

## Syntax

`*SetForce(ftpair, , fxl, fyl, fzl, txl, tyl, tzl, fxr, fyr, fzr, txr, tyr, tzr)`

## Arguments

`ftpair`- The variable name of the set force.
`, ,`- The label of the set force.
`fxl, fyl, fzl, txl, tyl, tzl`- Numbers, MDL expressions, or solver expressions that determine the values of the translational X, Y, and Z components of the force.
`fxr, fyr, fzr, txr, tyr, tzr`- Numbers, MDL expressions, or Solver expressions that determine the values of the translational X, Y, and Z components of the force.

## Example

```
*BeginMDL(the_model, "Example model")
*Analysis(the_analysis, "The analysis", andef)
*DefineAnalysis(andef)
*ActionOnlyForcePair(frc_wc,
"Applied force at wheel center",
TRANS_ROT,
b_wheel,
p_wc)
*SetForce(frc_wc, , ds1.real1.value * ds1.real2.value,
10.3,
ds1.real3.value,
ds2.real1.value,
ds2.real2.value,
ds2.real3.value,
0.0,
0.0,
‘100*sin(2*PI*TIME)‘,
4.0,
8.0,
‘100*cos(2*PI*TIME)‘)
*CommandSet(the_commandset, "Simple command set", evdef, frc_0, tpl_begin, tpl_end)
*Template(tpl_begin, "Begin template", USER, tpldef_commandset_begin)
*Template(tpl_end, "End template", USER, tpldef_commandset_end)
*Template(tpl_superfluous, "Should be ignored", ACF, tpldef_commandset_begin)
*EndDefine()
*DefineCommandSet(evdef, local_frc_0, local_tpl_begin, local_tpl_end)
*Write(local_tpl_begin)
*SetForce(frc_wc, , ds1.real1.value * ds1.real2.value,
10.3,
ds1.real3.value,
ds2.real1.value,
ds2.real2.value,
ds2.real3.value,
0.0,
0.0,
‘100*sin(2*PI*TIME)‘,
4.0,
8.0,
‘100*cos(2*PI*TIME)‘)
*Write(local_tpl_end)
*EndDefine()
*DefineTemplate(tpldef_commandset_begin)
{AbsToRelative(Solver_File_basename.path, Solver_File_basename.value +
".adm")}
PREFERENCES/SIMFAIL=STOPCF
*EndDefine()
*DefineTemplate(tpldef_commandset_end)
STOP
*EndDefine()
*EndMDL()
```

## Context

*BeginMDL()

*DefineCommandSet()

## Comments

This statement is similar to the *SetForce() statement for a model except that it sets the force or forcepair contents within the solver command file.