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  2. Hi Gabriel, ANSYS DesignModeler can be quite picky sometimes. I believe there exists some degenerated faces causing the issue. Maybe you can let me know when you may have some time for a quick web-meeting, so that I can give a look to the geometry. To be honest, there is no magical command that would pin point the problematic location. What you can do is, to check each operation one by one and keeping an eye on the BRep warning icon. Most probably the operation where the warning icon appears, is the cause of the problem and we should be looking around that area. Please send an email to erdem@friendship-systems.com specifying your availability. Preferably after 1pm CET. Cheers Ceyhan
  3. Hi Ceyhab, I tried to do what you said, and fixed a problem i found in the back of it where i really had two open edges, but I'm still having the same issue i said previously, maybe because i can't find these other two open edges that rest. I believe that there is some problem with the intersection of the front "legs", but i don't know how to fix it. Could you help me to solve this problem?
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  5. Hi Gabriel, Your export geometry already seems to be having some issues which is the cause of you not having a water-tight geometry in DesignModeler. The exclamation mark by the BRep icon may give you the hint. Can you please check if you have unconnected edges as well? The command < my BRep > .getNumberofOpenEdges() would let you know whether you have connectivity issues or not. I will recommend you to revise your problematic geometries. After having checked the geometry if you still keep having the problem, please get in touch, so that we can arrange a quick web-meeting to fix the issue. Cheers Ceyhan
  6. The following image is the model i created in CAESES. The point is: i need to export this design as a rigid body, but when i try to export just the final BRep (the one selected on the tree in the image above) i finish having just the surfaces i created. The following images are the result that i have when i open the exported file on the softwares Inventor and Ansys (this one on the Design Modeler plug-in of Fluent) respectively. Could you guys help me to create a rigid body which has this contours? Maybe i am not exporting the file correctly, maybe there is a solution in CAESES or Ansys, but i have no idea.
  7. Hello Ceyhan, Thank you for your reply. Colors can be seemed when the settings are settled as you said. But I still cannot see the name selections in Spaceclaim. What is the reason could be? Best Regards
  8. Hi Armagan, I will suggest you to go over the "CAESES Geo Engine for ANSYS Workbench" tutorial carefully. I believe you have not deactivated the "Use SpaceClaim color tones when importing" option. You can find the above mentioned option in SpaceClaim; SpaceClaim Options >File Options > General > Import Options Cheers Ceyhan
  9. Hello, I hope you are well. I would like to ask about exporting my Caeses model as .sat file from Caeses and open in spaceclaim. I open .sat file on Spaceclaim but I cannot see name selection although I gave different color and name for surfaces on Caeses. What is the reason could be? or Is there different process in exporting .sat file? Could you please help me to solve the problem? Best Regards
  10. Hello Mr. Erdem First of all, thank you very much for your attention to my problem. I used your previous practical advice to revise Tip creation. Therefore, according to your recommendation, I used LoftedSurface with derivative control instead of fillet Surface to model it. In this method, the creation of a new surface, as in the past, was accompanied by a warning. Finally, I emailed you the new model for guidance. Thanks Farzan
  11. Hi Farzan, Two issues that I have figured; 1) For the blade creation at; |05_joint|04_1_blade operation #2; please use "add sources" instead of a "Union" Boolean Operation. Boolean operations are for water-tight geometries. 2) During the tip fillet creation; I can see that the created surface using FiletSurface already does have some problems. Please revise the tip creation, maybe use some guides and a LoftedSurface with derivative control instead of a "FilletSurface" Please let me know if you need further assistance. Cheers Ceyhan
  12. I ask because I need to use it as a validation case if it is a standard propeller so test data can be found.
  13. Hello Mr. Erdem My model was sent to you, please check your email address. I hope that my problem will be solved by you. Thank you very much in advance Farzan
  14. Hi. 3d rendering services can include various levels of detail, depending on which the object can look schematic or photographically accurate.
  15. Hi Farzan, Then I suspect there may be some existing problems on the blades you are using for the "Solid From Intersections" operation. If not confidential, please send the model you have created to erdem@friendship-systems.com so that I can give a look and try to figure out the problems. Cheers Ceyhan
  16. Hello again dear Ceyhan First of all, thank you very much for the comprehensive and useful explanation. Based on what you said to ensure the intersection, I also tried the shaft with a larger radius, but the result did not change. Moreover, I tried to connect the blade and shaft through the "boolean operation union" and that operation also failed. In addition, my modeling method is to design the two blades separately and then reduced the vector domain "v" to [0,0.95] via the image surface. In the end, the "fillet surface" was used to connect the two blades, and your guess was correct. The reason for this is to create a softer connection at the tip intersection between the two blades. Please help me again and explain more about how to extend if possible. Thanks.
  17. Hi Farzan, The operation "Solid From Intersections" tries to obtain a solid "water-tight" geometry from the combination of several provided geometries. The reason why the operation provided some unsatisfactory result maybe due to your provided inputs were not much intersecting but flush maybe? From the pictures it is not quite clear but is there even some fillet? I will recommend you to extend the blade geometries a bit so that there can be a proper intersection among the geometries and create the fillet afterwards as a separate operation. Please let me know if you need further assistance. Cheers Ceyhan
  18. Hi, I am trying to show a specific type of propeller produced by Sharrow Marine as shown in the image, but after modeling its blades, when connecting the blade to the shaft via the "solid from intersect" command according to the sample, the result is as follows: What is the right solution for this problem? Thanks
  19. Hi Armagan, This is strange. I will suggest to have a web-meeting to recreate the issue. Please email to erdem@friendship-systems when you may be available on the next days. I will try to fit my schedule. Cheers Ceyhan
  20. Hello Ceyhan, Removing third line worked. But Ansys Geometry cannot seem on the Ansys Workbench as shown below.. Could you please inform me about reason and solution. Best Regards Armagan
  21. Hi Armagan, This is interesting. Normally you shouldn't have had any problems. Can you please delete the 3rd line in the fsc file and give a try again? "// Project Units millimeters" Meanwhile I will be looking into the code to figure out the issue. Cheers Ceyhan
  22. Hello Ceyhan, Thank you for your quick reply. I am using Ansys 2020 R2. Best Regards
  23. Hi Armagan, Can you please let me know which ANSYS version you are using? I suspect the version you are intending to use is not compatible with the current ACT version. Cheers Ceyhan
  24. Hello, I hope you are doing well. I would like to ask question about failure which is indicated as importing .fsc file to Ansys Workbench to run in Batch Mode. Warning is shown in the attachment with my fsc file. Could you please help me to solve the problem? Best Regards windturbine.fsc
  25. In the hydrostatics calculation you define "sink" which will define the draft you want to calculate. The upper part will then not be considered. Best regards Claus
  26. Greetings everyone. I am currently doing hydrostatic calculation for a ship hull and based on the tutorial provided. However, I do not need the entire hull to be calculated. Is it possible to subtract the unnecessary surfaces above the plane in section group, or is there any suggested method for me to only calculate the hydrostatic of the volume below the plane? Thank you in advance.
  27. Appreciate it a lot Mr. Claus. If i may ask you another question, why did my lofting does not apply to the entire surface. Instead, it looked more like the attachments shown. I have been using the Surface Lofting Sections feature for this part, but I did not get the result as I have seen from the example I got. May I know what is the issue?
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