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Error id: 475 ERROR SURFACE BUILD FROM SOLIDS PART

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Hi guys, 

This error appears when I run a simulation of the impact RADIOSS. I am sending herewith the .out file 

Could anyone help me? 

Thank you

 


 


** ERROR SURFACE BUILD FROM SOLIDS PART

NON AVAILABLE OPTION /SURF/PART/Surf_ID FOR CREATING SURFACE 6

FROM A PART OF SOLIDS ;

USE /SURF/PART/EXT/Surf_ID or /SURF/PART/ALL/Surf_ID


 


 


 

 

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crash_box_M45_0000.txt

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Hi felipeds

 

One way is to create a SURF_EXT set instead of SURF in entity sets

 

the other way is, open the starter file <filename>.0000.rad with a text pad andLook for a surface with this label,

/SURF/PART/6

and change to
/SURF/PART/EXT/6

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Hi Mirino,


 


could you brief about the error you have?


 


Please the below commend from help when using SURF/PART for 3D elements:


 


All surface segments must belong to 2D elements (shell element or a triangular shell element). 1D elements are ignored in /SURF/PART. With 3D elements user has to specify an additional keyword: see /SURF/PART/EXT and /SURF/PART/ALL


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Hi. I had the same error of felipeds. In the interface panel I would select as master a component which was solid (not shell). Since master wants only surface, I fixed the problem in this way: first of all, inside the panel "entity set" I selected the component using as card image SURF_EXT; then, inside the panel "interface," I chose as master the set I previously created. And it worked. Is this procedure correct?

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