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Hi all, I had modeled a steel Plates of two Cases of Same config as shown in fig. Case :1 2D PLATE 2mm Thickness, F=140N(10N/14 Nodes), constraints at opposite end. Case :2 3D hex Plate 2mm Thickness with 2 Layer of Mesh, F=140N(10N/14 Nodes), constraints at opposite end. Clarification required : 1. Both plates are same in Boundary conditions , dimensions and material property. only the element type varies but why the stress induced is different ?
Hello everyone, I think this is a basic question, but I am unable to get it working. I am using Hyperworks 14. I have a block of solid hexagonal mesh and I am trying to add new components by selecting a subset of the elements. I am trying to work with the 'organize' panel option, but I had no success so far. To test it, I created a huge cube filled with hexahedral elements and a small rectangular surface within the cube. I was able to associate few of the nodes by doing 'Geometry ----- node edit ----- associate' and selecting the rectangular surface and small tolerance level. It shows that I have some of the nodes associated to the surface component. Now to select a subset of elements within the cube, I did 'tool ---- organize ----- collector ----- elements ------- by geometry ------ by surface.' It doesnt show any elements associated to this surface even though I have a few nodes associated to it. Could you please help me figure this issue? I checked other questions in the forum, but they dont help because I have a complex geometry to select elements for. Here is a small screenshot of what I am doing. I am following the directions from the help documentation below ('by geoms'): Thank you for all your attention, Bharath
Hello, I have created a solid mesh with connectivity of nodes between two components. Somehow I want to maintain connectivity at specific edges only and not the entire surface of the solid. So how can I break this connectivity. ( I want the nodes of the two comp.s to be close as possible, but not equivalenced) Regards, Bharat
Hello, I have a 2D surface meshed using tria-shell elements (Img 1) which I would like to use as a reference and mesh it onto the solid object (Img 2). Presently I need to define equivalence between both components which results in element distortion due mis-matched element's position and size. How can I use the shell elements of the surface component to "project/map" 3D elements in to the solid component? The solid component was created using the base surface and 3 addition surfaces as bounding surface. Regards