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HSFLD242 Elements

HSFLD242 Elements

HSFLD242 Elements

Is there any literature, tutorials available for HSFLD242 Elements for ANSYS?

RE: HSFLD242 Elements


There is a nice example in the documentation.
Mechanical APDL>Technology Showcase:Example Problems:>Chapter 24: Hydrostatic Fluid Analysis of an Inflating and Rolling Tire

Hope this helps

RE: HSFLD242 Elements

I don't get it. Get in help and search on HSFLD242 and the inflating and rolling tire problem is right there. Google HSFLD242 and the PADT hit is like #5, after a good one from Simutech. This is easy. Why cant Iakasa do it for himself? He won last long in the profession if he pulls this on the job. Couple years back I got reprimanded for helping a student on this site, and his question was nothing like this. Has the policy changed on this? I see posts like this all the time on this site. I thought kids were supposed to be so computer savvy. It was stuff like this that gutted XANSYS.

Rick Fischer
Principal Engineer
Argonne National Laboratory

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