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#1 Jörg

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Posted 01 April 2015 - 02:09 PM

Hi together,

 

If your projects gets opened veeery slowly, then one reason for this could be hidden result tables resulttables.png They have been closed, but they are not directly visible in the GUI, only through the menu.

 

We've seen projects with huge sets of hidden result tables. In future CAESES versions, you will get asked whether you want to close or (this is new!) remove a result table. This will hopefully avoid that one simply closes and forget about a result table. We'll see...

 

Hope this helps...

Joerg


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#2 Mr. Nitin Garg

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Posted 14 September 2017 - 03:51 PM

Hi Joerg,

 

I created a project in CAESES. Now, I am not able to open it. CAESES tries to open it, but it hangs up and then shuts down. Can you please help me with that? It started giving me issues after I used "brep" fucntion.

 

Regards,

Nitin

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#3 Jörg

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 05:51 AM

Hi Nitin,

 

We'll take a look at it today and let you know!

 

Cheers

Joerg


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#4 Jörg

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 06:02 AM

Hi Nitin,

 

I've just noticed that you entered a trimesh into a brep. This is something you should definitely avoid! It takes all single triangles and creates single surface patches which means for many triangles this takes a lot of time. It is a very special functionality - and, seeing your problem, I think we should not allow this anymore (we'll discuss it in the team). It is useful for only a tiny subset of problems.

 

See the attachment. Before you open your file, deactivate the update process. Then you are able to open your project and e.g. remove the last BRep operation, or set the BRep to invisible etc. Then activate it again to generate the model.

 

When looking at your project, I guess you want to work on the tongue part (where the inlet and main surface intersect each other). If you need assistance, it is recommended to open up a new post or check existing posts that cope with tongue modeling.

 

Cheers

Joerg

 

BTW - Just as a side note: For exporting the BRep as STL, you don't need trimeshes. Actually, we do not use trimeshes so much anymore for our projects. There are only very specific situations where trimeshes are helpful, e.g. when your initial situation starts with STL data and you need to pre-process it, or merge a parametric model with external STL data.

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#5 Jörg

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Posted 15 September 2017 - 06:03 AM

Here is a link to some information about volute tongue modeling:

 

https://www.caeses.c...te-tongues-etc/


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