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PostPosted: Mon Aug 03, 2015 2:26 pm  Reply with quote

Santoshkumar,
Remember, APDL does not care about units. I.E. your units must be consistent
throughout any analysis. It sounds like you may have a conversion issue
outside of ANSYS.

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Date: Sun, 2 Aug 2015 10:03:04 -0400
From: Santoshkumar Kadikuntla <skadiku@g.clemson.edu>
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Subject: [Xansys] Importing a parasolid file into ansys apdl
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Hello All,

I imported a parasolid file from solidworks into ANSYS.I also scaled it into
inches but I don't know why all the dimensions have not been scaled
accordingly.Can anyone throw some light into this?


Thanks and Regards,
Santosh Kumar Kadikuntla
Clemson University
Graduate Student
Mechanical Engineering Department.


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