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Hello! In the sake of simulation accuracy, we want to consider effects for lamination materials originating from punching edges and stacking / packaging / bundling within our simulation models. As Veigel has shown in https://publikationen.bibliothek.kit.edu/1000084543/15671960, packaging has significant influences on iron losses (up to 60 % more losses from packaging and punching edges than reference values from manufacturers). Bauer mentioned in https://www.springer.com/de/book/9783658242718, that one way to consider influences from punching edges is to use parameters for impacted regions from lamination materials, that were not finally heat treated and annealed, respectively, resulting in higher losses and differing magnetization behavior. One question, that still remains, is, how to model influences from packaging in FLUX? However, I wanted to ask, if there are any lamination materials within the FLUX material explorer, which may behave like non-finally annealed laminations regarding losses and magnetization curves? Thanks in advance for any response! Best regards, Michael
Dear sir/ Ma'am, 1) I have a 3D model for which I wish to do Hex meshing. I have divided my model in several parts and I could hex mesh some of them. But since I am not able to hex mesh all of them I want to go with a mixed meshing i.e., tetra meshing for the remaining parts. May somebody please tell me the way to achieve what I am wishing to do? [Please tell me the path to the suggested options in the hypermesh] I could have meshed my model completely with the 2nd order tetras but I want to have hex elements at the contacts. 2) Please, also tell me if there is any problem in using mixed (hex-pent- tetra) meshing in the transient (explicit) analysis. What type of elements (including for 2d meshing) are suggested for a transient structural analysis of a large assembly (also for the individual components) having loads applied for milliseconds? [It's not the case of crash analysis] Thank you in advance!