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Hello expert,

I have been working with InspireCast for awhile.

From the beginning, i always let the software calculate and define the mesh size.

However, for some case, the simulation completes very fast, but in some case,it takes very long time for solving.

So, is there any rules to choose the mesh size appropriately which balance between accurate result and solving time?

Appreciate if anyone can help me out.

Thanks in advance!

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Hi Duc_Hoang,

 

For better result we need to fit at least 3 layers of elements along the thickness, but if your model is complex and bigger in size it would take a longer time to complete the solution.  In 2020.0 we have implemented use of minimum layers mesh options which fit 3 elements along the thickness.  

 

Regards,

Sourav

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20 minutes ago, Sourav Das said:

Hi Duc_Hoang,

 

For better result we need to fit at least 3 layers of elements along the thickness, but if your model is complex and bigger in size it would take a longer time to complete the solution.  In 2020.0 we have implemented use of minimum layers mesh options which fit 3 elements along the thickness.  

 

Regards,

Sourav

hi Sourav,

Thanks for your answer.

It's exactly what i'm looking for.

Furthermore, the default mesh factor for mold and other components in InspireCast 19.3 are recommended value, right?

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1 hour ago, Duc_Hoang said:

hi Sourav,

Thanks for your answer.

It's exactly what i'm looking for.

Furthermore, the default mesh factor for mold and other components in InspireCast 19.3 are recommended value, right?

yes, but if you want it can be customized! 

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