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  1. Hi Guys! I would like to model welds and collect elements from different component to a set, but I have to many components which are connected, therefore this process is fairly slow. I don't have any experience in scripting, but a script could accelerate my work. You can see below one example for this problem. 3 hollow section encounter at the same place and I need to collect the elements to a set from the common edges as you can see at the pictures below. I need to collect elements to sets whose nodes belong to different components. If you could write a script or give me some useful advise I will be very grateful. Thank you for your help in advance! Best regards, Tüki
  2. I am working on crash analysis of a truck chassis. It has various components and I have meshed them using batchmesher, checked quality and then I have manually created spot welds. This method takes a very long time. Now my professor is asking me to do a convergence study using different element size. My question is now if I have to mesh my whole chassis, which has about 40 components, is there any easy way to mesh them and weld them, or should I do it in the conventional way which I did before. Thanks, Datta
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