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Procedure: Treating Singularities


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Procedure Setup:
1. To avoid naming conflicts, it is recommended you save your work, click File > Close until no models
display, then click File > Manage Session > Erase Not Displayed.

2. Click File > Manage Session > Set Working Directory and navigate to the
PTCU\CreoParametric2\Simulate_Modeling\Singularities folder and click OK

3. Click File > Open and double-click FRICTION_GEAR_SHAFT_SIMULATE.PRT.

Creo Parametric users open FRICTION_GEAR_SHAFT.PRT.

Task 1. Define Creo Simulate measures.

1. In the ribbon, select the Home tab.

2. Click Measures from the Run group. The Measures dialog box appears.

3. Click New. The Measure Definition dialog box appears.

4. Complete the fields as shown. To select PNT1, click Select Reference and select PNT1 datum
feature in the model.

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5. Click OK.
Displacement measures have been defined in the Z-direction for PNT2, PNT3, and PNT4 in
the model for a total of four displacement measures.

6. In the Measures dialog box, click New. The Measure Definition dialog box appears.

7. Complete the fields as shown. To select the constraint, click Select Reference . In the model
tree, select Constraint2.

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Figure 2

8. Click OK.
A reaction measure along the Z-axis has been previously defined in the model at
Constraint2.

9. In the Measures dialog box, click Close.

Task 2. Define and run the static analyses for the model.

1. In the ribbon, select the Home tab.

2. Click Analyses and Studies from the Run group. The Analyses and Design Studies dialog box
appears.

3. Click File > New Static. The Static Analysis Definition dialog box appears.

4. Complete the following:


◾ In the Name field, type friction_gear_SPA.

◾ Select the constraint and load set displayed in the Constraint Set/Component and Load
Set/Component sections.

◾ Click the Convergence tab. Keep the default Single-Pass Adaptive method selected.

5. Click OK to return to the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box.

6. Select friction_gear_SPA and click Copy . A new analysis is listed titled


Copy_of_friction_gear_SPA.

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7. Select the copied analysis and click Edit > Analysis/Study. The Static Analysis Definition dialog
box appears.

8. Complete the following:


◾ In the Name field, type friction_gear_MPA.

◾ Click the Convergence tab and select Multi-Pass Adaptive from the Method drop-down
menu.

◾ In the Percent Convergence field, type 8.

◾ In the Polynomial Order section, type 1 in the Minimum field, and type 9 in the Maximum field.

◾ Verify Local Displacement, Local Strain Energy, and Global RMS Stress is selected.

9. Click OK to return to the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box.

10. Click Configure Run Settings . The Run Settings dialog box appears.

11. The results and temporary output directories are set by default in the working directory. Both
analyses are stored in this location. Click OK.

12. In the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box, select friction_gear_SPA and click Start Run
. Click Yes to run interactive diagnostics.

13. Click Display Study Status to view the summary report after the analysis is complete.
In the summary report, investigate the stress and deformation values.

14. Close all dialog boxes and return to the Analyses and Design Studies dialog box.

15. Select friction_gear_MPA and click Start Run . Click Yes to run interactive diagnostics.

16. Click Display Study Status to view the summary report after the analysis is complete.

17. Close all dialog boxes and return to the Creo Simulate window.

This completes the procedure.

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