May 25, 2021 at 4:08 pmMark134Subscriber
Thank you all for reading this. I have posted previously about the problem i am having , but i will try to be more clear this time.
I am working on a large assembly that i would like to run a FEA analysis using ANSYS Mechanical. The assembly is cylinder and have other structural components attached to it in the center. Due to the computer power, I want to make the cross section of the assembly into a 2D before running the simulation. I tried the mid surfacing but since it is a cylinder I am not able to select two surfaces. Please help me to make the 3D to a 2D. Any input is appreciated.May 27, 2021 at 1:20 ampeteroznewmanSubscriberIt's better to stay on one discussion because the information you provided and the answers you got in your other discussions aren't seen when you open a new discussion. The way to be more clear is to show pictures, which you did in your other discussion. I gave you an answer there but you didn't reply to that. https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/27991/pipe-symmetry#latest
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