Creating automatic connections for 3 D analysis of welded tubular chassis frame in static structural
June 28, 2020 at 7:25 pmsohamSubscriber
So im creating static structural analysis of my spaceframe tubular welded chassis. i imported geometry in step format after importing i got 55 bodies in geometry to convert it into single part i merged them into single part. After that ansys asked for contact so i right clicked on the connections and clicked on create automatic connections. is it right method to proceed ? as in actual practice all those tubes will be connected by weld joint
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