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    In fact it depends to you work and to your working method. With more than 20 years of FEA I never need this feature
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    Hello robertavarela and L Moretti, thank you very much both. Will try the suggestions in the upcoming week. Regards, Rok
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    Hi Sourav, the waves are no longer so strange, but the element size is not acceptable for a Raw part (!). Best regards.
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    Hello Rok, There are also APIs connecting Compose and Flux. You'll find some explanation in the attached document. Lorenzo 03_HowTo_DriveFluxWithCompose.pdf
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    Hello community, for a project I needed a function that creates a sphere. Since there is no such function in the library I just want to share my function with you. best regards Nils sphere.7z
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    Rok, I see now what you mean. I suggest the following steps then: 1) Use Compose and its OML Math functions to create whatever inputs you need in Flux: as Flux has a native interface with Python, these arguments could be simply written in a .py file that can be loaded in Flux 2) Create a batch file in Compose calling Flux and passing these parameters: the executable is located at C:\Program Files\Altair\<your_version>\flux\Flux and you can pass a .py file as an extra argument 3) Post-process the results once the simulation is finished using Compose: Flux may output .h3d format that is natively understood by Compose with functions such as readcae. If you have questions about how to import the results, you can load your .h3d file in readvectorbuilder and see how the entities were written: With this, you drastically reduce the post-processing time by loading all relevant information with just a few commands. Regards, Roberta
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    Yes, two wires joined or a Polyline will do the job.
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    Rok, The most appropriate coupling in this case would be with Activate, our system simulation tool that allows co-simulation with Flux. One example can be seen here at Regards, Roberta
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    Hi, In Flux 3D when you use a solid conductor region, you force the mesh to second order. This means that the number of nodes increase. When the number of nodes increase the simulation time increase. You can check the number of nodes when you use the magnetic non conducting region and solid conductor region, you will find that the number of nodes it is not the same. You can use the computation distribution to decrease the simulation time. Best regards.
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    You can try to activate the tangential component of the contact force by adding friction in CGAP property ...
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    Hi Ossen, I ran your model but I don't understand what's the problem ? Can you please more :) Best regards,
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    There is no specific tutorial for this. You can find the details about our Belt-Pulley tool in our MotionView help: Altair MotionView -> MotionView Panels -> MotionView Toolbars -> Subsystems Toolbar -> Create a Belt-Pulley Subsytem Further questions should be directed to our Multi-body dynamics forum. Note that modeling belt-pulley systems is rather challenging and can be computationally expensive.
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    HyperMesh上で、寸法の注釈を表示したい場合は、プルダウンメニューFile⇒Run⇒Tcl/Tk scriptから、Tclファイルを実行します。 ・プルダウンメニューにDimensionsメニューが追加されます。 ダウンロード⇒CreateDimensionsV8.tcl DimensionsScript.mp4
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