Whenever a model is prepared by any design software,it has to be analyzed by means of ANSYS software so as to calculate the deformations,stresses,strains etc.But,if there is a problem of import,then we should have to face issues related to that.Therefore in this article I am going to publish about How to import a model from CATIA to ANSYS via Creo. A detailed procedure is required for proper import.
A detailed procedure is as follows:
- The modelling has to be done in CATIA and is to be saved in the form of “.igs” format.
- Then,that model has to be imported to Creo so that “.igs” is to be converted to “Parasolid”.
- Now,its the time for importing into ANSYS.
- From ANSYS it is to be imported as a Parasolid format so as to analyze the model.
- Analyze a part or a model in the sense finding out stresses,strains,deformations,vonmises stress etc.
- During analysis it has to be found that whether the structure’s yield point is less than or greater than the yield point of the material.
- If it is more than the yield point of the material then we should have to optimize it so that the structures yield point should be less than the yield point of the original material.
- If,the yield point of the structure is less than the yield point of the material then the structure is safe for further loads.
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