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Warning G13816 and Error 16504 originating from Parasolid Error 16116

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Hello,

 

I imported a model in parasolid format. After import, a part of model gives WARNING G13816 - face-face inconsistency.

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When I tried to union these parts, I get another Error 16504:

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Attached log file specifically mentions following:

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  1. How can this warning and error be avoided?
  2. Additionally I want the union of these parts to be translated to origin and rotated 90 degree about x-axis. This operation seems to be extremely slow. Is there a faster method?

 

I have attached the model and log file both. 

Thank you,

FieldForcer

Figure8Coil.tar.gz

 

CADFEKO.PROBLEM.LOG

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Hello,

The warning indicates that there are issues with your CAD and I would recommend that you use the CAD healing tools on the transform tab to try to heal the CAD before trying operations on the CAD (such as union).

 

I can't look at the model, since it indicates that the two cfx files are corrupt. Try uploading again?

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Hi JIF,

 

On 8/13/2018 at 11:52 PM, JIF said:

... use the CAD healing tools on the transform tab to try to heal the CAD before trying operations on the CAD (such as union).

 

I have tried healing tools, but Error 16116 remains.

 

On 8/13/2018 at 11:52 PM, JIF said:

I can't look at the model, since it indicates that the two cfx files are corrupt. Try uploading again?

 

I will re-upload cfx file.

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If CAD healing does not help, sometimes I end up having to recreate one or more faces (I only do this for faces that I can easily re-create). But, until I see the model, I can't take a look.

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Hi FieldForcer,

 

The file size of 650 MB indicates a very complex structure. I will have a look and see if I can recommend something. In general, for extremely complex structures an external mesher may be better than the internal FEKO mesher. External meshing tools like HyperMesh offer a lot of powerful tolls for simplifying/de-featuring geometry.

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Hi FieldForcer,

 

There are only two faulty faces in your model. I copied them and deleted them from the original part. After unioning the faces and the origibnal part again the part is fault-free.

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The model can be downloaded here: https://securefiletransfer.altair.de/link/ZHfgEDvz7uVl9n1IK83Fm8

 

PS: In the file you uploaded a 3.2 GByte (!) out file was included, which obviously does not belong to the model.

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Hi Torben,

 

Thank you for your reply. I will import the model, and take a look into it. I couldn't reply earlier, because I didn't get notification of your reply on my email.

 

FieldForcer

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