June 10, 2023 at 5:40 pmjavat33489Subscriber
Hi all. I want to create a new composite based on chips and plastic. I think a synthesizer tool can combine two materials and create a new one with new characteristics, so that later it can be calculated for strength in WB? How to do this, please send instructions.
June 10, 2023 at 6:09 pmjavat33489Subscriber
Or should it be done in DESIGN MATERIALS?
How to make there material from shavings of steel and plastic?
June 11, 2023 at 5:28 pmDavid MercierAnsys Employee
Hi, I advise you to read these discussions for example:
And you can have access to this lecture unit as well about the Synthesizer: https://www.ansys.com/academic/educators/education-resources/lecture-unit-the-synthesizer-tool
If you have access to both tools (Synthesizer and MaterialDesigner), it is even better. They are complementary from my point of view.
In the Synthesizer (analytical approach), you can screen and compare multiple composites vs reference and bulk materials, then select the best one to use in Material Designer and then estimate elastic properties, density... using a more accurate approach (numerical one) and you can re-use the RVE in Mechanical if you want.
You can watch this webinar (in French) about such workflow: https://www.addl.fr/actualite/webinar-modeliser-des-composites-avec-granta-edupack-selector-et-ansys
Hope this can help.
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