September 12, 2020 at 3:55 pmGordievsky87Subscriber
I have no idea how to create the mesh on my model.
I've tried to create it by default and with some face sizing adjustment on tiny faces, also i've tried with different values of Element size from 85 to 40.
I've checked mistakes by Fault Detection in Design Modeler and repaired it by Virtual Topology in Mechanical but have got no result.
The errors that were shown are below.
Also, i have attached my Design Modeler file .agbd below (Ansys 2020 R1).
My model was created as one part, so you dont need to create connections. I couldn't share workbench project archive due to the size is more than 4 GB.
Help me please!!! ?September 13, 2020 at 12:37 ampeteroznewmanSubscriberSeptember 13, 2020 at 7:18 amGordievsky87SubscriberpeteroznewmannThank you very much for your attention to my problem. The video is very helpfull.nYes, the model is so dirty, however the 0.5 mm gaps are intentional. They were created to simulate the weld work. So that connections between parts were through the welds. nnSeptember 13, 2020 at 12:20 pmpeteroznewmanSubscriberOkay, that is a good reason to have them. In that case, set the defeature tolerance to a size of 0.4 mm so the lip does not disappear. Then in Bonded Contact, you can just pick the face of the weld.nAnother way to model welds is to let the weld bead be a separate body and use Shared Topology or Bonded Contact to hold the parts together.nSeptember 16, 2020 at 11:53 amGordievsky87SubscriberThank you!nSeptember 18, 2020 at 11:20 amGordievsky87SubscriberGood afternoon Peteroznewman!nI would like to create a square mesh for my model. (Like in the picture below). I've read it is more appopriate mesh for mechanical analysis.nnI have used Hex Dominant method in which the mesh creating lasted more than 10 hours and has got no result and i just finished the mesh building because i thought it cant be callculated for such a long time. I use pretty powerful computer with 320 gb RAM. However, the simple program controled mesh is calculated for 20 minutes.nAlso, i have sliced the geometry by peices and used sweep method but got an error that this method can't be used for a such geometry.nI also need help from you. Could you please advice me what to do to create a square mesh?nMy Desing Moderel file is attached. nnnSeptember 20, 2020 at 1:15 ampeteroznewmanSubscribernYou have really cleaned up the geometry nicely.nIt is easier to obtain a Hex mesh if you leave solids separate. You have united all the solids, so all that is available is a Tet mesh. nA Quadratic Tet mesh provides excellent results if the elements are small in the areas of high stress gradient. You can use Mesh controls such as Sizing on the Body with Sphere of Influence to put small elements in a restricted volume, you just need to create a Coordinate System to locate the sphere.nThe benefit of a Quadratic Hex mesh is that fewer elements are needed to fill the volume, which makes the solution take less time to compute. nYou can spend a lot of time slicing up the solid to get the Hex mesh. If you only need to solve it once, it is not worth the time slicing it up. If you need to solve it hundreds of time in a Transient simulation, then it is worth the time to slice it up.nSeptember 20, 2020 at 1:19 ampeteroznewmanSubscribernSeptember 22, 2020 at 11:51 amGordievsky87SubscriberThank you veru much! nViewing 8 reply threads
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