March 31, 2023 at 7:49 am
April 1, 2023 at 7:59 amRaihan LutfiantoSubscriber
The mesh size does not matter. In fact, I solved this problem by only using 24.000 elements. So, it is not the cause of the unconverged solution. What can I suggest is:
1. Make sure that you have chosen the right material for this problem
2. Review the contact definition, it should be frictional and asymmetric with augmented lagrange formulation
3. Geometry selection of every boundary conditions/support
4. Hydrostatic pressure definition
5. Change the solver type to Direct
6. Make sure to turn on the large deflection setting since this is a nonlinear problem (you will learn it later)
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