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  1. 2 points
    Just another way to handle this.... *createmarkpanel nodes 1 "Select nodes to which the attached elements have to be determined" eval "*createmark elems 1 \"by nodes\" [hm_getmark nodes 1]" eval "*createmark nodes 2 \"by elems\" [hm_getmark elems 1]" *marknotintersection nodes 1 nodes 2 eval "*createmark elems 2 \"by nodes\" [hm_getmark nodes 1]" *markdifference elems 1 elems 2 set attached_elem_list [hm_getmark elems 1]
  2. 1 point
    Hi Alex, Find shared nodes using hm_getnodessharedbyothercomps in mark 1, find edges and get all edge nodes in mark 2. Then get markintersection?!
  3. 1 point
    Prakash Pagadala

    Start HyperCrash

    Hi @mrtimwinkler Go to Applications Menu at the top and select HyperCrash from the dropdown list.
  4. 1 point
    tinh

    Checking penetrations between parts

    Could you try running it in hypermesh (not hypermesh desktop)
  5. 1 point
    tinh

    Checking penetrations between parts

    OK. so i will make a script with a loop that project node to the closest elem
  6. 1 point
    vipin

    Select elements from a set of nodes

    @tinh Tested all methods, last one runs faster on bigger assemblies (saves around 5 sec ). Thanks again all!
  7. 1 point
    tinh

    Checking penetrations between parts

    Could you explain by images? I think every fuction in ansa can be made in hm
  8. 1 point
    Prakash Pagadala

    Vehicle Tools missing

    Hi @oihk Go to File Menu>> Load>> Preferences>> MBD- Vehicle Dynamics tool and click Load. This should bring Vehicle tools
  9. 1 point
    tinh

    Update progress bar in GUI

    If your script runs very fast => don't need progress bar If your script runs in a short time => use smoothy updated progress bar, because it's not expensive so make it nice If your script runs in a long time => use periodically updated progress bar, because it's expensive so make it ugly! Ugly is better than none (hm frozen)
  10. 1 point
    tinh

    Update progress bar in GUI

    Yes, because update cmd will invoke various cmds, it slows down script. So do not make it runs smooth (look beautiful, but expensive!) The progress bar is stuck sometimes because a certain cmd takes much time, If you want it runs smoother, you have to put "update" inside that cmd. If the cmd is a tcl proc, it is possible Otherwise is not.
  11. 1 point
    tinh

    Update progress bar in GUI

    What is body of main proc? Add update cmd into every loop of it
  12. 1 point
    Prakash Pagadala

    I need to run solver manager

    Why do you need a command window? Go to Analysis page after setting up all the analysis>> hit OptiStruct to start analysis!!!
  13. 1 point
    Ivan

    Problem during FEA analysis

    You can try with Optistruct- just import the .fem file and run either NLSTAT, NLGEOM, EXPDYN or IMPLDYN analysis.
  14. 1 point
    Yes, but the master node of the RBODY can give time step. By adding mass we are already changing the stiffness which eventually affects the results. But limiting this mass addition is acceptable say 2%...?!!
  15. 1 point
    akitoguc

    Select elements from a set of nodes

    Another solution you can try is the following: hm_createmark nodes 1 "by id only" $NodeList; hm_createmark nodes 1 advanced reverse; hm_createmark elems 1 "by nodes" [hm_getmark nodes 1]; hm_getmark elems 1;
  16. 1 point
    Prakash Pagadala

    Internal Programming Error

    Hi @B. Foerster Which version of OptiStruct are you using? I suggest you update the solver to the latest and try again.
  17. 1 point
    Prakash Pagadala

    I need to run solver manager

    Hi @Farper Which version of HyperWorks Student Edition are you using?
  18. 1 point
    tinh

    Select elements from a set of nodes

    Hi Vipin You can ignore adjacent elems *createmark nodes 1 {*}$NodeList *createmark elems 1 "by node" {*}[hm_getmark nodes 1] *createmark elems 1 reverse *appendmark elems 1 "by adjacent" *createmark elems 1 reverse
  19. 1 point
    akitoguc

    Batch Mode from HyperView

    To get images of fixed dimension, you can use hwISession CaptureScreenToSize command. In addition, you should not run hw.exe in batch mode to create screen images. Though it might works, it depends on your hardware and driver conditions. Instead of running in batch mode, run hw.exe in GUI mode and close the session by hwISession Close in the end.
  20. 1 point
    tinh

    Script: name for bolts

    Hi, It's good so you will input 1 bar elem, and then use *findmark to find attached bar elems to group them? you also can use *createmark with option "by attached".
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