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Problem: Procedure: 1. Firstly the geometry was imported to the Hypermesh. 2. Then appropriate material and property was applied to the bearing and the bore. 3. Then as the geometry is axi-symmetric so the 3/4 th model is masked. 4. Then bearing was auto meshed and then using 3D - mesh Solid map option 3D mesh was generated for ¼ the portion. 5. For the bore the mesh as done by using volume tetra mesh option for the 1/4 th part. 6. The model was reflected twice in order to get full model mesh. Fig. Press fit Model with Constraints
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7. Mesh of the slave surface (bearing) was finer than the mesh of the Master surface (bore). 8. The element types were changes to C3D8I for bearing and C3D10 for bore. 9. Contact surface between Bearing and Bore was defined. 10. Then output block and load step was created. 11. The ‘.inp’ file was exported and then edited with the Notepad +.
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