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jianbinlin
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Glass density changed in Inventor 2013

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11-28-2013 02:53 AM

In 2013, glass density is 2.18 g/cm^3. But in older versions, we had that as 2.56 g/cm^3 for many years. Google results range between 2.5 to 2.6 g/cm^3. Anyone can explain why 2013 has much lower value? Thanks.

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Nicolas.Bourquin
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Re : Glass density changed in Inventor 2013

11-28-2013 06:01 AM in reply to: jianbinlin

Dear Jianbinlin,

The glass density available in the physical properties of the material in 2013 and 2014 seems to be effectively underestimated.

A change request is already opened and ongoing to verify and update the density with a more appropriate value.

For your information I have observed that the "Glass" densities available in the:

1) "Autodesk Material Library" of Inventor 2013 is 2.42 g/cm^3

2) "Inventor Material Library"" of Inventor 2013 is 2.18 g/cm^3.

3) In Inventor 2011, 2012 and 2014 the densities values are all 2.18 g/cm^3

You could duplicate or update the “glass” material present in the libraries and save it in a personal library (or in the Inventor Material Library if you have the access).

I hope that will help

Best Regards



Nicolas Bourquin
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jianbinlin
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Re : Glass density changed in Inventor 2013

11-28-2013 07:31 AM in reply to: Nicolas.Bourquin

Thanks for your reply.

Our Inventor was upgraded to 2013 from 2010 about a year. Library was migrated at that point. Didn't notice this issue until yesterday. I will update our customised library.

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