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Sourav Das last won the day on October 18 2019

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    Inspire Cast , Optimization, Mechanical Behavior of Materials, Graphene Nano composites, Metal Foams
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  1. Hi JeffL, We have option to save as vrml in 2019.3.2, export and save as CAD is same, there is no separate option to export CAD
  2. Hi FSAEmaclian, Print 3D works perfectly fine,Can you share the file with us? Thanks recording2020.22.1_19.9.13.mp4
  3. Hi PabhuMan, If you are using the Optistruct as solver then you can use Freeze contact to achieve the same.
  4. Hi PrabhuMan, You can use freeze contact, The FREEZE condition applies to all respective contact elements, no matter whether open or closed. This means basically, that the two contact surfaces are "glued" and will transfer all loads / motions between master and slave (also known as Tied Contact). SLIDE – Sliding contact. STICK – Contact with stick condition (stick applies to closed contacts only). FREEZE – Enforced zero relative displacements on the contact interface (applies to both closed and open contacts).
  5. Hi Alepesa94, Could you please share the model, We will be happy to help you. Regards Sourav
  6. Hello ViV, Sorry for the late response was out of office. Answer 1. you cannot see the air related results in mold. 2. If you see the temperature of the mold, you should be able to identify the hot and cold spots. Regards, Sourav
  7. Hi Uri, Yes , this is not a solver error. More information can be gathered from solver log (PoesisCasting.log) and error log (PoesisSolverError.log). Error: Element 3127600 has non-positive size -6.30718e-12 Linear-Solver-Factory: Constructing a regular (non-complex) linear-solver Linear-Solver-Factory: Constructing a regular (non-complex) linear-solver NodeToNodeMapperUtility: WARNING!! : Part and Mold meshes are NO-conforming, Advanced Mapper will be used Seeting the time step limits for the thermal problem *** ** Estimated min_dt for thermal shocks is 2.318450e+00 *** ** Estimated Chorinov's solidification time is 3.057709e+00 *** ** min_dt automatically set to 3.057709e-02 *** ** max_dt automatically set to 5.000000e+01 Error: Element 3127600 has non-positive size -6.30718e-12 There is a mesh issue, the element 3127600 is wrong (please see the very first lines of the error) in , it does not even have same number of faces between part and mold. If you open the GDA in simlab you can check for quality and see exactly where it is failing. We are still working on it, I shall keep update with you.
  8. No Problem Paul, lets us know if you face any problem in future will be happy to help you.
  9. Hi Paulo, I dont think so that's the problem your space in your system is more than sufficient to run this model. When something comes like this next time, just restart the software and reassign the boundary conditions for your model.
  10. Hi Uri, I am sorry I understand the situation I shall raise this issue now to the director. Thanks for your patience.
  11. Hi Paulo, I was able to do the simulation in 2019.3, I guess this is the Alavanca Stilo file_13 ( regarding HPDC ),( Kindly correct me if I am wrong) I am sharing the file with you Alavanca Stilo_13.icast Desculpe pela resposta tardia, pois estou em viagem. Alavanca_Stilo_13.icast
  12. Hi Uri, I am still working with the team no response yet.
  13. Yes Uri, My team is working on the issue I have informed them and ticket is raised for the following concern.
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