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What are the crack like thing in abaqus?

What are the crack like thing in abaqus?

What are the crack like thing in abaqus?

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Hello

I hope you are doing well amidst this pandemic.

I am new to Abaqus, I am modeling a material that is inside another material. I am giving stress to the inside material so that cracks can form. It is forming but unfortunately, there are some other lines as attached. I want to know what are these lines? I mean those are there initially. I chose 'feature edges' option. Please let me know, what do you think.



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Biswabhanu Puhan

RE: What are the crack like thing in abaqus?

Are you talking about the black lines?
Why don't you have any isovalues displayed?

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