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  1. While editing solid component in an geometry cleaned assembly, the components associated with that solid (other solid in contact and extended surfaces) gets automatically converted to solid. Associated other components get merged into single component with the edited solid. Please help!!! NOTE: If association with other components is broken (by trimming solids into parts) than no such problem arises. Any other method without trimming solid. Why does this happen???
  2. I'm planning to use PSOLID element for a 3D composite model, but I'm stuck with how to put thickness, orientation and Failure theory. Please tell me how to go about this. Thanks.
  3. Hi all, I need some help about washer feature in HyperMesh. I have a solid with a hole, imported into HyperMesh from CATpart file. Is it possible to create a washer around this hole? I did some effort, but in the autocleanup file, HyperMesh gives option for washer only in surface holes. If I try to create washer around the hole after meshing the face containing the hole (from Utility -> Geom Tools -> Washer) by selecting the lines at the mouth of the solid hole, HyperMesh shows an error: The selected line is not a free edge. Certainly, this line is a shared edge between the surface of the face and the surface of the solid hole, therefore: does it mean that HyperMesh washer is only for surface holes?
  4. Hi all, I have been trying to analyze an assembly of 4 thin disks of different materials. My problem is when I mesh the individual disks so that I can have at least 3 elements through the thickness (periphery), I get a huge number of elements on the top and bottom faces of the disk because of small element size (0.6667). If I mesh the top/bottom faces and thickness(periphery) individually by selecting different element sizes ( 0.667 and 10) then most of the elements fail with respect to aspect ratio, element size. The only thing that works is uniform element size of 0.6667 throughout. But it takes a lot of time to run this simple analysis. ( bottom fixed, pressure on top). Any suggestions please? Thanks, Abhi
  5. Hi All, I am selecting component using *createmarkpanel comps 1 " " ; Now i want to know selected component contains 2d 0r 3d element; Regards, PD
  6. In a Transient Magnetic 2D Axisymmetric simulation, a solid movable piece of steel is attracted upwards by the combined forces of permanent magnets and a coil. The coil is represented in the associated electrical circuit as a coil conductor with one turn, and its resistance is equal to that for one turn as well. Current through the coil conductor is imposed by a current source. Now, once the mover has moved half of the required distance, the magnetic circuit should start to act as a brake (or damper), rather than an actuator. Hence, by passive means, the speed of the mover should be reduced. I would like to achieve this by short-circuiting the coil, and using it as a solid conductor. However, this requires to switch from one electrical circuit implementation, to another one. In the second electrical circuit, there is no current source anymore, and the coil is represented as a solid conductor (to act like a solid piece of copper). Can someone explain how I can implement both of these situations in the same Flux simulation? @Flux support @lombard
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