January 16, 2023 at 2:04 amZhoubin NISubscriber
We are working on a project that is doing the tensile test simulation with explicit dynamics to see the fracture in Ansys Workbench. Our project is work on the DLP printer so the geometry in the simulation is layer by layer method with varying angle
Is there any way to help me quickly build many cuboid of reducing size（black arrow） and cuboid of the same size with different angles（red arrow)? In our case, we have to combine over 100 layers together.
Thanks in advance.
January 17, 2023 at 1:48 pmSampat KumarSubscriber
Hi Zhoubin NI,
I am suggesting some methods to create the above-mentioned geometry.
1) Red arrow pattern: The pattern is of the same size.
You have to make a block, draw a path according to the desired angle, make the pattern of the block along the path, and adjust the offset according to the design so that blocks don’t overlap each other. “You should choose frozen material for the first body to avoid the bodies merging to form a single body,” and then you will get the same size of the pattern as specified by the red arrow.
2) Black arrow pattern: The pattern is of reduced size.
You have to make a block and draw two lines at the specified angle to make the paths, and then make two patterns along the paths that will create the desired pattern for your analysis. Use the specified angle to control the path that you have selected for making the desired dimension of the pattern. Select the frozen material concept here too.
I have attached the picture that I made in the Design Modeler.
Thank you and best wishes.
January 18, 2023 at 2:15 amZhoubin NISubscriber
Thanks for the response. Is possible recored a video shows how did you work on ansys or any refer video on youtube?
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