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    Hi bouvy, I assume that all 40 cores are on the same machine? If so, add the following to the end of the runfeko command: --parallel-authenticate localonly
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    Hey Hoang , 1. Vacuum pressure is still not supported in the software. 2. You cannot use gravity-tilt process to simulate Centrifugal Casting ( Centrifugal is not supported yet) 3. yes we have planned in 2020 (solver is ready, we need to add in interface), Hopefully by next year we all shall be able to use these commands. With Kind Regards, Sourav Das | HyperWorks Specialist-FEA| Global EDU | Academic Program | sourav.das@altair.com | www.altairhyperworks.com Altair | Innovation Intelligence® Secure file dropbox https://ftam1.altair.com/filedrop/sourav.das@altair.com
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    Hi, I found that the best solution might be to extract interface forces and import them to OptiStruct to do either explicit dynamic or a linear static. I have an output request for the contact forces, however I was wondering how I can get the raw data rather than a graph? Edit: I was also wondering if you could specify: is your recommendation to get the interface loads and run OptiStruct EXPDYN? I thought EXPDYN runs already with the ESLMO method? Thanks
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    Sorry, I don't know CADFEKO. But I can confirm you that your STL is valid & readable
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    Dear Nasim, No problem. In fact, KTex WovenProperty only calculates a homogenized macroscopic material card for a ply. There is no mesh. The only thing you can import is the material card. It is comparable to HyperLaminate. KTex WovenProperty exports the results in different formats. The .fem file is for OptiStruct and the .rad file is for RADIOSS. Best regards, Edouard
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    Dear Cna, The first output I would think of, would be to project the elemental frame of your fibers onto the macroscopic elements of your radome. I am not sure this output is available directly in HyperView, but I am sure you can create a contour based on the elements coordinates. You should then be able to compare the angles of the weft elements to the warp ones. And this comparison could be a angle change, as you know the initial angle of your fabric. Does this seems to answer your question? Best regards, Edouard
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    Hi @bouvy, Does running a simulation from CADFEKO work?
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