December 20, 2019 at 8:42 pmAGATHIYANSUSILRSubscriber
How to solve this time time step error, saying that "TIME STEP IS TOO SMALL" for this simulation. ORTHOGONAL CUTTING PROCESS is being simulated here.
Mesh size : 0.1mm
analysis end time : 0.001sec
i have attached the file here with screenshots captured
December 21, 2019 at 12:32 pmpeteroznewmanSubscriber
I'm locking this duplicate discussion. Here is a link to the original discussion.
Please don't post duplicate questions because it can waste member's time.
You can bump your original discussion to the top after you wait a few days to see if anyone responds. Your first bump was done on the same day, that is too soon. Please wait a few days, especially on the weekends.
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