7 September 2020

004704

Bastian Ackermann

Modeling | Structure

RFEM

I have two solids that are adjacent to each other, but not congruent. What should be considered in the modeling?

Answer

Two solids adjacent to each other share the common boundary surface in the contact area. Apart from it, that is, where no other solid is adjacent, the boundary lines of the other connected surfaces are defined, see Figure 01.

Figure 01 - Adjacent Solids

When modeling, it is necessary to divide the side surface of the larger solid.

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Solids Boundary surface Solid Surface

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