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Problem in Cutting some bodies in Ansys Design Modeler

Problem in Cutting some bodies in Ansys Design Modeler

Problem in Cutting some bodies in Ansys Design Modeler

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Hi,


According to the following picture, I want to cut Spheres1,2,3 by surface body. For this work, I extruded this surface body with using Cut material option. But this way only worked for a sphere (Sphere1) and not worked for another spheres (Sphere 2,3). What does this happen? What is problem?







The above Workbench file is as follows:

Link


I am grateful that guide me in this case.


Thanks.

RE: Problem in Cutting some bodies in Ansys Design Modeler

Cut only works on unfrozen bodies. The other spheres must be frozen. If they were not, all 3 spheres would boolean themselves into one sphere. If you want to do all 3 at once, you need to slice them. When you slice, the sliced bodies must be frozen. If they were unfrozen, the 2 parts would boolean themselves back together.

Rick Fischer
Principal Engineer
Argonne National Laboratory

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