August 29, 2023 at 4:27 amM UsmanSubscriber
Hi everyone, hope you are going well. I have done structural analysis on the circular shape body using two different approaches that are listed as below;
Cad Model Including Simplified Conceptual Cad Model of Aluminum Frame with PTFE Plate at Front
Cad Model Including Actual Manufactured Cad Model of Aluminum Frame with PTFE Plate at Front
Meshing is same in both cases
Boundary Conditions- Body Weight, Fixed Support & Drag Force due to wind at Front Plate
Want to check deformation & Von Mises Stresses
Results in case of First Approach:
Results in case of Second Approach:
Please guide me about the difference in results on same problem
Why results are varying when problem is same, just approaches were changed?
August 30, 2023 at 7:58 amSahil SuraAnsys Employee
Hello M Usman,
I see you've already posted your query on the forum, Structural Analysis of Cylindrical Body under Wind Loads (ansys.com); For better resolution of the query, please avoid duplication of the posts, our engineers will get back to you as soon as possible assisting your concern.
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