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    Did you know that there are dozens of interesting examples accessible online for multi-body / motion simulation using Altair software?! See https://altairhyperworks.com/motionsolve-models/ These examples have been designed to help raise your awareness for the kinds of simulations that are possible with Altair's multi-body motion simulation tools. There are currently 17 examples for MotionView+MotionSolve and 29 examples for Inspire Motion -- with dozens more examples scheduled to be added quite soon. The goal is to continually add more and more over time. So consider bookmarking that page and check back often! Each example comprises two pieces: (1) a movie clip that plays automatically in your browser + (2) a downloadable zip file which typically contains: One or more movie (.mp4) files. Pre-built model files for the complete, mechanized multi-body system. Results files. A presentation (.pptx) file describing the model and how to use it. Enjoy!
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    You could refer online help for Create Output for Third Party Software. Create_output_for_third_party_software.pdf
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    Please refer to the attached document. Lattice optimization_final.pdf
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    Hi, this is because of the different contact interface definition: tetra model had Iform=2 brick model had Ifric=2
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    Generally, average stresses are preferred over unaverage stresses. FE Modelling & boundary condition matters in structural analysis. Please refer the attached document & also check the .out file for all information and warnings. Best Practices.pdf Stress Plot.pdf
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    Yes short name is good. There is limit but i don't remember.
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    yes it worked . but i didnot used any spaces in the file name , all are underscores.I just renamed it with a very shortmane then it worked . Now my question is are there any specifications in name of a fem file .
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    I'd like to share the seamless integration that Compose with other HyperWorks applications, such as HyperMesh and OptiStruct. In order to expose the Compose function to other HyperWorks applications, we need to register the function. This is done clicking on the right mouse button on Register Function in Compose: After this step, we may now see that the function has been registered under the same mouse click shown above under Show Registered Functions button. Once it is registered, we may now use it inside other HyperWorks softwares, and the function will be available without the need for closing and reopening the application of interest. Example in HyperMesh: Why Compose and HyperMesh? Matrix Browser queries and modifies HyperMesh and HyperView data entities without writing cumbersome TCL coding, along with a Math method developed in Compose. Example in HyperGraph: Why Compose and HyperGraph? Plotting capabilities of HyperGraph are expanded with Compose’s advanced functions and custom procedures developed by the user. Example in HyperView: Why Compose and HyperView? Advanced post-processing or special mathematical approaches may be applied directly on the model. Example in HyperStudy: Add a new output response Define a new expression Use your custom Compose function Why Compose and HyperStudy? User-defined functions to perform design exploration and optimization. Example in OptiStruct: Why Compose and OptiStruct? User-defined functions to perform optimization with DRESP3 card (desired response based on external files). Regards, Roberta
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    Hi Santhosh Ravichandran Refer tutorial OST: 1085, 1095 from OptiSruct help and check whether it helps.
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