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Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 11. 2012

Hi all together,

i want to mesh an imported file. The file comes from ProE in the export variant shell. It consits of two faces which are in an 90° angle to each other. The import is ok, but when i want to mesh it, then there are two independent meshs, which causes problems in the calculation with calculix. Because the nodes of the edge did not be the same.

How can I fit this Problem?

Can somebody help me please?

Re: merge shell components

Posted by Saint Michael at September 11. 2012

Hi Maximilian

Use Repair / Glue Edges operation of GEOM module to make your faces share the edge of contact.

St.Michael

 

Re: merge shell components

Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 11. 2012

Thank you for the quick answer, but this doesn´t fit the problem ... I get the warning: no shapes to glue.

Re: merge shell components

Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 11. 2012

Here is the file (cause of size in .inp format, I hope that helps)

 

Thanks for help.

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Re: merge shell components

Posted by Saint Michael at September 11. 2012

Unfortunately I have no mean to read the .inp file. Could you store it in BREP format in SALOME.

St.Michael

Re: merge shell components

Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 11. 2012

Ok, there it is.

Thanks a lot Michael

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Re: merge shell components

Posted by Saint Michael at September 11. 2012

A straightforward solution would be just to apply partition to your shape. But it fails for an unknown reason. The attached script provides a workaround to get your faces glued.

St.Michael

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Re: merge shell components

Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 11. 2012

Thanks a lot:

IT WORKS

Re: merge shell components

Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 12. 2012

Hi to all,

it´s me again. I now get a good mesh on my shells, but now I have a new Problem. When I export the mesh with .unv, convert it to a .inp file, make the changes to get a static analysis, import the file finaly to salome again, then there is a thickness of 1 mm (standard). The thickness is what I want, but the Problems are on the 3D Elements at the T-bump. they don´t fit together. At the surface (shells) they fit, but on the surface the did not fit. I hope my description was clear. I will post an image in the following post.

thanks to all

Re: merge shell components

Posted by Maximilian Busch at September 12. 2012

Ok, the image makes Problems with me VirtualBox ... maybe it is not necessary!?

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