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Old   August 1, 2012, 12:01
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Dear all,

I need to model a pipe with a weld on it( 400mm dia, 10-20 mm thicknes)
The weld zone has prop of X52grade steel(i have it) and parent pipe has prop of X65.

Now the problem is, i have to create a crack inside the weld, and generate a non linear analysis for it.

I have modelled the crack by just subtracting the volume and meshed it, but unfortunately theres some problem with the model.

Please suggest me some other ways.
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Dear all,

I need to model a pipe with a weld on it( 400mm dia, 10-20 mm thicknes)
The weld zone has prop of X52grade steel(i have it) and parent pipe has prop of X65.

Now the problem is, i have to create a crack inside the weld, and generate a non linear analysis for it.

I have modelled the crack by just subtracting the volume and meshed it, but unfortunately theres some problem with the model.

Please suggest me some other ways.
Am using ANSYS 13.0
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