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What does "relevance mesh" in stress analysis?


zmarcoz
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I am sorry that the term should be MESH RELEVANCE. But could you still please explain to me what that mean. Thanks

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You don't say what version of Inventor you are using - but that looks like a really old version.

That setting no longer has that name in the current release and not sure I recall what it means.

 

I think it either controls the mesh density (you can check this by setting at -100 mesh, then set at 100 and update the mesh) or it controls the transition from a coarse mesh area to a fine mesh area (typically we use finer mesh in high stress areas of concern).

 

In the lower left corner of that dialog box there is a question mark (?) that will give you better information than I can from memory.

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The higher the number the longer it will take to mesh and the more refined the mesh will be. The 'result convergence' below it if ticked will run the simulation a number of times to get an average result. Looks like you are using a version of inventor before 2012.

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