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Workbench Project Schematic - Flexible Modelling [ANSYS Workbench]

Workbench Project Schematic - Flexible Modelling [ANSYS Workbench]

Workbench Project Schematic - Flexible Modelling [ANSYS Workbench]


This is my first post and it is a quiestion about the project schematic of ANSYS Workbench.

I am trying to re-organise my project schematic to a 'flexible workflow' setup as below:

[img [URL=http://s1179.photobucket.com/user/rhamill95/media/...][/URL]]

Here the geometry and meshes can be changed independently and each can be linked / unlinked to easily test how different combinations. I am trying to achieve this but with a static structural as shown below:

[img [URL=http://s1179.photobucket.com/user/rhamill95/media/...][/URL]]

I am unable to link my 'mesh' systems to the 'static structural' or 'mechanical model' systems.

I hope this makes sense but essentially I am trying to perform a Static Structural analysis using components instead of the Static Structural System in order to achieve greater flexibility.

Thanks for your help - all response appreciated!

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