|April 5, 2013, 19:31||
A trivial problem
Join Date: Apr 2013
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So I'm a newbie here and self-trained in Ansys (hence a bit unskilled).
I have a problem :
Apparently when I choose to change dimensions of Layer B, the dimensions of Layer A and Layer C also change.Is it because Layer A and Layer C are a pattern of Layer B ?
By the way what do you mean by a pattern ? Is it simply a copy-pasted image of an existing geometry ?
The project I'm working on is a 3 layered plate (each layer of plate stuck to the other).If I want to create such a geometry , then what should I do (except using solidworks , catia or other CAD programs since neither do I have knowledge nor resources to use them).
Thank You in advance.
|April 8, 2013, 02:22||
Join Date: Sep 2012
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You may be able to create your 3 layers using 3 Extrude.
Juste create one layer, use the top or bottom surface to create your second layer (just extrude the surface) and do it again for the third layer.
If i understand you right, all of your 3 layers are the same except the thickness.
So it should work for your application :
The 3 layers will be stuck to each other but with independant thickness
|composte, laminate, layered|
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