I've been doing some analysis on some thin body parts...
But during the first analys, it stopped and gave me a message saying: Improper constraints, material or mesh!
Then I went on the internet for finding a solution, I came up with 1 solution - to set Average Element Size to 0.040 instead of 0.100.
After I tried this it came up with yet another "error": Mesh failed: Very large number of elements generated, mesher cannot proceed further!
So now I'm clueless of what to do!
And since this is a project for my education, I'm not very satisfied about this
I really hope that somebody could help me out!
I've attached some photos of the steps from the analysis..
Welcome to the forum and sorry to hear that you're having trouble.
Would you be able to post a part file? I go on vacation from tomorrow but if you re-post soon then I can take a look before I leave the office in an hour or so.
Thanks for the fast respond!
Yes of course, ill attach them right away!
Ill be uploading 2 different assembleys - the first one contains a model which gives me the errors I reported earlier!
The other model contain a new part which i made in a nother way but still looked like the original one! this one gave me a complete result.
I just do not know whether it is to compare the 2 models result or whether it will give different results?
but you will have them both, so you can have a look!
If something is missing, or I need to explain anything else, please leave a message here!
Best regards Matias
I cant get this to work. I dunno why it wont accept my rar files where ive putted them!
Could you tell me how I'm able to upload the huge amount of files?
Have you tried dragging the EOP (end of part) marker to the top of the model history to help reduce the file size?
If you're still having trouble maybe you can email it to me;
inderjeet [dot] wilkhu [at] autodesk [dot] com
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