TAGGED: 2D, explicit-dynamics
January 28, 2021 at 9:49 amdjtanSubscriberIn order to reduce the number of elements and time required to simulated an impact, I have turned to simulate it in 2D which assumes that its thick in the Z-axis, however when I try to convert the 3D structure into 2D in DesignModeller it always gives me the same error: No valid bodies found; attach failednSO instead right now I'm just making the Z-axis be as thin as the predicted convergence mesh size neg : convergence mesh size is 0.33mm, so my Z-axis is 0.33mm thick nWould my alternative method work? or would there be issues that I am too inexperienced to notice?n
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