I have my Json files split up in order to be able to input different models with the same model setup each time I run through a new mesh discretization (this makes model setup and execution time takes a few seconds rather than a few minutes). I would upload my .cub files but those are not listed as allowed right now on the forum. Give me till the afternoon and I can get a whole Json file with a model, but for now here is the model setup of my JSon files without geometry related cards.
As a brute force approach to increasing fidelity over the weekend I have increased the fidelity of the model a little bit by increasing my output to a Uniform15 callout (as opposed to a unifrom1 callout I had in the listed results) as well as changing the quadrature to Q10. These have improved the fidelity of the model in the lower resolutions I am running but I haven’t seen a drastic improvement in accuracy yet.
One caveat I need to mention is the models I am using were generated in Abaqus, exported to Trelis as a .sat file, meshed, then saved as a .cub file. The Coreform solver hasn’t yelled at me for using a 2D import as it did for the 3D imports I have tried. I had to build my 3D models in Trelis to resolve my issue there. Could it possibly be linked to unclean geometry generated in Abaqus?
Fillet Inputs.json (5.9 KB)