5 reasons why you should use a mid-surface shell mesh for thin-walled parts

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It happens all the time. Too often we still see companies that trust on simulations being performed with a solid-mesh, while the geometry is thin walled, like with sheet-metal, extruded parts or plastic parts. If you ask the people why they didn’t use a shell mesh, most of the time they will tell you it will take too much time to generate a mid-surface shell model, or they think it is not feasible capturing the necessary detail in the analysis, so they decided to just ignore the rules.

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