any way to fix interference like this?
its occurring when the circular part and the paste touch: here is a zoom in
they are touching because i am running a thermal sim, and need them to touch i use coincident mate but why is it doing this?
Do you have an actual interference or is it just a graphical issue? Do an interference detection and see if it says there is any. My guess is that it will say there isn't one.
the first picture is the interference picture, it says possible interference, also when i try to mesh it fails
Keval Patel wrote: the first picture is the interference picture, it says possible interference, also when i try to mesh it fails
Keval Patel wrote:
Does it show you where the interference is? I can't tell by the picture. Typically when you run interference it highlights just the interference and gives you a volume of the interference area. Not sure what "Possible interference" means....either it interferes or it doesn't.
i want the circular part to fit inside the paste (square pc) but its interfering some how do you think its because how it is mated?
anyway to ignore the interference? or will mesh fail
the wire diameter is .17 and i made the circle it fits inside .17 as well i think im having issues because of how its mated?
so it was a design issue, i fixed the interference but its still not meshing
could you give me some help on this? i have the paste + circular cable bonded incompatible
then the paste and the tool plate bonded incompatible
is that the best way?
I'm far from a simulation expert but my "Go-To" whenever something won't mesh is to just move the slider towards "More fine". That typically works unless there is an actual interference or some really weird geometry.
The .17 could be different because they are rounded to two decimal places. If you have removed the interference, open the part that will not mesh in its own window and mesh it to determine what size mesh for success, then apply a mesh control on that part using that mesh size.
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