January 27, 2021 at 10:23 amronakmrunwalSubscriber
I was successful, with the previous advice given to me in regards to VRML and STL.
I have a new doubt related to my simulation problem.
I had these two CFD simulated fluid strands, as can be seen in the figure. I created the solid geometry, covering the volume of the fluid using SpaceClaim. Now I want to perform static structural analysis on these fluids. During 3D printing of any part, there is always porosity that exists between the fluids. But in my case If I want to perform the simulation of tensile test on these fluids, I have to maintain a contact like glue between the fluid interface, so that as the simulation starts I want to see two layers detaching like glue. I am confused about how to provide a porosity type of contact between the fluids. I am new to Ansys, please help.
Any help, in this case, would be appreciated.
In case of more information please let me know. I will be happy to share them
RonakJanuary 27, 2021 at 10:57 amRobAnsys EmployeeFluids don't have a tensile strength, so I think you should be looking at Mechanical. You'd assign a contact region between the volumes but I don't know enough to comment on details.
Moving to Structural for more help.
January 27, 2021 at 12:04 pmronakmrunwalSubscriberHello Sure. thank you.
January 28, 2021 at 9:15 amronakmrunwalSubscriber.
I hope you are doing well. I dropped my question in structures as well. there was no reply for it. Any other way to get the doubt cleared?
January 28, 2021 at 10:20 amRobAnsys EmployeeYou posted it less than 24 hours ago, so try being patient. I'd also suggest not posting multiple times in different places, it's against the rules and likely to annoy people.
January 28, 2021 at 10:22 amronakmrunwalSubscriber
Sure. I will take care of it, Rob. thank you for your message.
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