Tagged: Ansys Discovery, How To
April 26, 2021 at 4:14 amsmjangSubscriber
I have a question about linking Discovery and Mechanical.
If you look at the attached video, it will be easier to understand.
First, I conducted thermal analysis using the Discovery Sample.
I put the value for the length as a parameter within Discovery.
And it was linked with Mechanical through the Transfer function.
If you look at the Mechanical screen displayed first, all conditions for thermal analysis are included.
So, after solving, the temperature was set as a parameter.
However, the parameter value for the length set in Discovery is not entered.
So I opened the model with SpaceClaim and added constraints again.
After that, when I opened the Mechanical Edit window again, the material and thermal analysis settings were not reflected.
After modeling in SpaceClaim without using Discovery, it was confirmed that even if the model is changed when proceeding in the Workbench, the thermal analysis settings are maintained.
There seems to be a problem in the discovery and mechanical linkage.
I would like you to check it once.
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April 26, 2021 at 11:05 amSubashni RavichandranAnsys Employee
Let me check this with my team and get back to you on this.
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