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2 materials

2 materials

2 materials

(OP)
Hi,

so, a problem (I think easy) that I can't resolve!

In the case of 2 parts defined by different mechanics properties. I'd like to make just one part with them. I have my 2 parts, defined by the 2 materials. In the "assembly", I create 2 instances and in the interaction, I create contraint type "tie". But when I apply the job, here is the error :" 500 elements have missing property definitions. The elements have been identified in element set ErrElemMissingSection." The 2 section are assigned, so I don't understand what's happens.

Thanks

RE: 2 materials

You can display the elements in element set ErrElemMissingSection in visualization tools to understand the problem.
Try it and tell me the result.
Minoand

RE: 2 materials

-Some element types may require you to assign material orientation and reference points for each part (e.g., generalized strain elements CPEG).

-Check that your defined sections are of the correct type (section type) for the elements you are using and that they contain all de necessary information.



What type of element(s) are you trying to use and what type of section?

RE: 2 materials

Sounds like you have not assigned sections to the parts. Go back to the Property module and see you have
- created material(s)
- created section(s)
- assigned the section(s) to the parts

RE: 2 materials

hi

for better result draw a single part and patitioned in to two and define material properties for each partitioned part seperately its better than constraints and connectors

dont forget to assign the section

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