Mesh Update failed

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kiranczende posted this 29 November 2017

The mesh component in mesh requires user input before it can be updated

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kiranczende posted this 29 November 2017

I am getting error message while updating the mesh

The mesh component in mesh requires user input before it can be updated

peteroznewman posted this 29 November 2017

Please post a screen snapshot of the Mechanical Outline and Geometry window.

kiranczende posted this 29 November 2017

Thank You very much for your reply.

I able to get the solution. I think the problem was with the geometry. but still I will send you the screen shot.

Raef.Kobeissi posted this 30 November 2017

It would be nice to have a picture and show how you resolved the problem, thanks kiranczende.

 

Raef Kobeissi

kiranczende posted this 05 December 2017

still i am facing the same problem.

i have given here two images. one for wb screen shot and other of DM

kiranczende posted this 05 December 2017

hopefully i think the i have got the error.

i have made a line at the center and forget to suppress it.

but when i suppressed it the mesh update was successful

 

kiranczende posted this 05 December 2017

i projected a line to divide the geometry in two parts. While doing this i forget to suppress the line which was creating this error

peteroznewman posted this 05 December 2017

Thanks for the update. I usually use a plane and a slice operation to divide geometry into two bodies, and put the bodies into a new part.

Next time you need to post a screen snapshot, attach the the file rather than placing the image inline because the website reduces the resolution to fit a large image in the small space of the discussion window, making the image illegible.

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raul.raghav posted this 05 December 2017

As peteroznewman mentioned, a plane and a slice operation is really convenient to divide geometries. It provides you the ability to divide the geometry in XY, YZ & XZ directions with one defined plane. And it does not introduce additional lines or surfaces that you might have to suppress otherwise. See attached screenshot for reference:

Rahul

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kiranczende posted this 05 December 2017

Thank You very much for your suggestion peter and Rahul.

I will take care of this from next time onwards

kiranczende posted this 06 December 2017

I am trying to analyse shock tube.

my y velocity does not converge. What can be reason?

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