fail to perform unite boolean opeation and create enclosure using imported SolidWorks CAD Model
Currently I am working on a project that needs to generate a fluid flow simulation on a cyclist riding a bicycle. I have created the CAD model in SolidWorks. I then went to ANSYS 16.1 and imported the assembly file. After clicking the generation button, it seemed the model was successfully imported (with a green tick next to "import"). Since I was doing the external flow simulation, I need to create a fluid domain, and hence I tried to unite the bodies together first (I am not sure if unite is actually needed), the unite boolean operation came with a warning:
Warning: No overlap or wrong types
Context: Geometry Engine, while generating Feature Boolean 1.
However, since there is a cyclist in my model, and I need to make different configuration of different postures, I must need to use assembly by joining different body parts, and thus there must be overlapping between the body parts.
I tried to continued to generate enclosure, and also tried to delete the Untied Boolean Operation and generate enclosure, but both resulted in failure of creating the enclosure.
May I know what would be the possible fix of this issue? Thanks in Advanced!
I have attached the zip of SolidWorks Model (2018version), as well as the .agdb file (just imported, no boolean and enclosure) in case you could not open SolidWorks.