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    Hi, Below are the different approach to automate the process Approach 1 Import a CAD (Imported CAD should contains groups / colors) Generate mesh Transfer the groups from CAD to mesh Assign loads based on groups In this approach, when we bring the new model, the group / color information should be present in the CAD. In this way, we can fully automate the process Approach 2 Import a CAD (Imported CAD does not have groups / colors) Import group template (Contains empty groups with standardized group names) Generate mesh Transfer groups from CAD to mesh Assign loads based on groups In this approach, step 1 and 2 is manual. This is semi automated process. Refer the attached "Con_rod_automation.mp4" video. Approach 3 Import a CAD (Imported CAD does not have groups / colors) Using select features tool (body right click > Select features), identify the features and create group Generate mesh Transfer groups from CAD to mesh Assign loads based on groups This approach is fully automated. Refer "How to record python script?" tutorial in SimLab help page. Click on F1 will take you to the help page. Kindly try any of the above approach which suits your process. Let me know if you have any difficulty. Con_rod_automation.mp4
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    Glad to help. I suggest you go through free Altair e-books and start with Practical Aspects of Finite Element Simulation. You can also learn from learning and Certification program: https://certification.altairuniversity.com/ > (Learn Modeling and Visualisation) Check the following youtube channels: AltairUniversity Altair India Student Contest ELEATION By Apoorv Bapat If you are new to FEA I recommend Finite Element Analysis For Design Engineers by Paul M. Kurowski: https://www.sae.org/images/books/toc_pdfs/R449.pdf
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    Hello, In continuation to Chris's response, attached is an example MDL file created in HW2019.1. You need to browse the tire and road property files again before solving. Refer to the MF-Tyre documentation for more details. Hope this helps in setting up your model. Thanks. Model_DrumRoad.mdl TNO_car205_60R15.tir TNO_DrumRoad.rdf
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