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  1. Here is my model, with conformal cooling channels. The inner surface has a initial condition of 250 C and the outer wall has initial condition of 60 C. Need help in providing two different temperature boundary condition which should be zero convection (adiabatic). Thanks
  2. Hi ydigit. Thanks for your response. Yes it is a transient analysis. As you can see in the below picture I have 2 different temperature profile 250 C and 60 C. 0 I'm trying to write script as shown below to specify different temperature to different surface but it is throwing me error. Any help in writing the script is much appreciated . Thanks
  3. Hi everyone. I have a quick question regarding the boundary condition in acusolve heat transfer. This is a transient simulation. Attached is the boundary condition for heat transfer from acusolve I would like to see the efficiency of the cooling channels but when performing the simulation the temperature in the inlet wall is maintaining at 250 C. Is there some way in acusolve to provide that temperature as an initial condition, which means the temperature should not maintain at 250 C throughout the simulation. As you can see in the below picture the temperature is maintained at 250 C throughout the simulation. I just want it to be an initial condition. Thanks in advance
  4. Hi acupro I Have a similar problem as you mentioned above. I want to perform a thermal analysis where I expect/want the temperatures to change as part of the analysis. My boundary condition is Surface >Simple BC > Temperature BC Type > Value > 250 C From the below picture it seems that the temperature is constant in the face throughout the simulation and it is not changing.
  5. Hi Ravi We are actually trying to create a file format which is supported for Virtual Reality of Augmented Reality to see the results.
  6. Hi all, thanks in advance I'm looking to export an animation file from Acu-console to MAYA/Blender supported formats. Is anyone there to help. Thanks
  7. Hi all. What will the material card for ACRYLITE Polymer in RADIOSS. Thanks in advance
  8. Hi guys good morning I have attached a .fem file for a frequency response analysis. No error in the analysis and no results are generating. I don't know what is the issue. Can someone guide me regarding this so that I can be able to fix it. Thanks in advance new_project_(3).zip
  9. Hi George Yes model is in meter and modulus is in pascal
  10. Hi George. I have completely done what ever you mention I'm still facing some problems.The main problem in this analysis is the contact. I have shared the deck and output file for your reference. Thanks in advance please do give me some suggestions. Thanks rev 3_0001.rad rev 3_0000.rad rev 3_0000.out
  11. Hi George I followed the instructions but for some reason the rubber is not stretching. I have attached the deck for your reference. Thanks 1212_0000.rad 1212_0001.rad
  12. Hi George I did the way you told be. It's working but the rubber is passing smoothly (overlapping) the bottom sheet metal. Any suggestion thanks in advance... I also attached the radioss deck for your reference... 1232_0000.rad 1232_0001.rad
  13. Hi George I changed boundary condition in ref node bc, still the problem continues. I want to bring down all the 3 components as shown in the picture, but for some reason only partial RUBBER is coming down. Can you give me some solutions. Thanks in advance. insertion_0000.rad insertion_0001.rad
  14. Hi George I'm experiencing the same kind of problem in another analysis in which the rubber is not moving with respect to the imposed displacement axis. I have attached the out file. Please let me know if I have to do some changes. insertion_0000.rad insertion_0001.rad
  15. Hi Nachiket even I tried using RBE2 elements still the results are unchanged... Thanks
  16. Hi George Finally done with the clip I have attached a running board linear static analysis. I’m getting a deflection of about 0.0053mm deflection. But in real scenario they are experiencing 1 to 5mm deflection. Instead of applying load on REB3 if I applied load as a point load (single point in the middle of 200 x 80 mm) I’m getting deflection of 3mm. So what should I do here? Should I use REB3 or point load for a cross section of 200 X 80 mm
  17. Hi George It worked thanks again. I have attached the deck with the hyper graph For the calculation of removal force I know that I have to choose a peak value close to the release. I also need to look at animation H3D file as well to get the corresponding time of exact removal to get the value. My question is about the unit systems can you please refer to my file and let me know my removal force with units if possible and can you also tell me that my analysis is correct or not? graph.mvw
  18. Hi George Thanks for the help It is working just fine.. Is it possible to calculate the pulling force in Z-direction with this results by creating output block reaction force like REACX REACY REACZ? Thanks in advance
  19. Hi George When I'm trying to run the analysis for a similar kind of set up with slight design changes, the analysis is not running till the end it throws up some error as I attached below. I tried to increase the Gap-min but still the error exists any suggestion or any changes. I have also attached the new design file for your reference. Thanks in advance
  20. Hi George P Jhonson. Thank you very much for your fast reply and sharing the file. You guys are really helpful. Thank for the useful information which you shared.
  21. Hi guys good morning I have attached two solver deck which has similar set up similar elements count almost same except updated stress strain curve and small design changes. For the first deck the analysis time is very less when compared to the other which is running for days. Can someone guide me regarding this so that I can be able to fix it. Thanks in advance
  22. Hi Prakash Yes I'm trying to position the rod along the clip. I created an axis system and with reference to the clip and it worked. Thanks for your feedback
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