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March 24, 2021 at 2:30 amsmjangSubscriber🛈 This post originally contained file attachments which have been removed in compliance with the updated Ansys Learning Forum Terms & Conditionslike 3
Hi I left a question because there was something that didn't work out while using the Discovery 2021 r1. First of all, there is an example of a Buckle shape in Discovery Aim while obtaining the data of Large Deformation, so I modeled it myself and implemented it in Discovery 2021 r1. First, as in the Buckle example, Sliding Contact was given, but the analysis result is a result of intersecting each other. I attached the file I worked on, but please check where is wrong. And if there is a sample of Large Deformation in Discovery 2021 r1, please ask. Thank you.
March 24, 2021 at 9:45 amNaresh PatreAnsys Employee
I will check it out and get back to you.
March 25, 2021 at 1:15 amsmjangSubscriber
thank you. While studying Packaging & Licensing this time, I was trying to see if the Large Deformation part was possible. Even if it is not what I asked for, if there is any material related to Large Deformation, please send it to me.
March 30, 2021 at 2:04 pmNaresh PatreAnsys Employee
When you select the modeling method (from Simulation Options) as Non - Linear, Large Deformation gets enabled. Though this cannot be directly checked in Discovery, if you transfer the model to Mechanical, you can see this option enabled in the analysis settings.
The model is getting converged using below mentioned settings:
1. Stiffness factor = 0.01
2. Detection radius factor = 1
3. Initial, minimum and maximum substeps were set as 20,20 and 200 respectively.
4. The top face of the support was split and a couple of faces were included in the contacts.
Below is a snapshot of the deformation of the buckle.
I am also attaching the project file for your reference.🛈 This post originally contained file attachments which have been removed in compliance with the updated Ansys Learning Forum Terms & Conditionslike 3
April 2, 2021 at 5:31 amsmjangSubscriber
Naresh Patre Thanks you.From your answers, you seem to know one more thing about Discovery.
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