When I starts to run the simulation , previously create the mesh , it appears the error "beam is not properly bonded to shell/solid. bond 0" .
Anyone knows what this error apears , i´m using SW 2013 Premium on Windows 8.1 64bits
as a side ntoe, 8.1 is not supported for solidworks 2013 so you may encounter some problems/issues using solidworks with it. this is not likely to be the cause of this issue though.
regarding the issue, i would recommend showing us a screenshot or similar of what the geometry looks like and for you to descrbe how you've connected the parts together. it sounds like to me that you've bonded 2 components together improperly. the best way to check your method works is to isolate the connection and build something similar in a separate file.
its fixed here in the base
start by excluding everything except for the members with the load and the ones connected to it
fix them and run the analysis if it succeeds, add more parts
this will help you identify where things aren't connected properly and therefore solve the error that you have
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hi , I think i found the problem , is the connection between solid and beams . Exists anyway to convert a beam to solid ? or any other solution ?
RMB on the beam and choose "convert to solid"
however as per: http://help.solidworks.com/2012/English/SolidWorks/cworks/c_Beams_Trusses.htm you can connnect beams to solids
if you are new to bonding and mixed meshing, i'd recommend going through the tutorials first and then building some samples to make sure you understand how it should work and then apply to your big model. and as noted previously, in your big model, you may want to start simpler.
In your case i wouldn't convert the beam to a solid because it would result in a longer calculation time.
Make contact sets between the beams and the solids, normally that will solve the problems
worth it mostly from a troubleshooting perspective
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