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Old   December 7, 2016, 04:53
Question Create link between two materials
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Hi!

I have a meshed model of a composite slab consisting of the materials concrete and steel. The two materials are separated with a small space and in this space I want to create links between the nodes of the volumes that are facing each other. I'm new to ansys and was wondering if there is a smart way to do this, given that it is possible for the conditions I have.

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Old   December 7, 2016, 06:39
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send my e-mail your meshing : onrzcan@hotmail.com

I am going to let you know in here following reviewing your meshing.

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