nima nimax

desining model

Question by nima nimax

hi everybody
i was wondring that is it right to model in solidworks and then use that odel in abaqus?or abaqus modeling is good enough for anything?becuase i am trying to model this thing in abaqus and cant find a way(its curved in to dimension and i can onl sweep in plane)

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FredSWUG
Answered on 12 Jul, 2017 02:30 PM

If Abaqus will import other CAD data, then there would not seem to be any reason to not use a dedicated CAD program to create the model.

 
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nima nimax
Answered on 12 Jul, 2017 04:58 PM

i know i can do that
my question is should i do that or not?

 
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FredSWUG
Answered on 12 Jul, 2017 07:00 PM

Why wouldn't you do it?
I've never used Abaqus. Is there an advantage to using their native file format?
In this case, it sounds like Abaqus can't create the geometry, so your only option is to import a model made in another CAD system.
What are your specific concerns? Maybe an Abaqus user can address those. I'd make the model in SolidWorks.

Regarding the drawing. I can't determine what the "10" and "147.5" dimensions are trying to show.

 
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nima nimax
Answered on 13 Jul, 2017 04:58 AM

i think the curve is made of three arc that has 60 60 and 70 diameter
10 and 147.5 are position of center of arc

 
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Tendai Katsuwa
Answered on 14 Jul, 2017 04:14 PM

Can be done in basic Auto-desk AutoCAD. Its all about extruding along a curve that is well defined in 3dimensions. See my attempt attached.( Dimensions not accurate though!)

 
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HariBhau Vaidya
Answered on 22 Jul, 2017 02:02 PM

Use project curve / Composite curve command then use sweep command in SOLIDWORKS SOFTWARE.

 
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