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  1. You could make use of LDM field in the load map to change the stress units.
  2. what is the method you define (Uni Axial or Multi Axial) & Stress combination. Please make sure to define the same FE model units which have for results.
  3. Currently below solvers supported: OptiStruct, Nastran, Abaqus & Ansys Example if the converted h3d from d3plot, result contour is Von Mises, only von mises results will be present in the exported h3d, for all the time increments. ( there are chances the result type can also be renamed,and also miss the layer information in case of shells)So when this h3d is loaded in HyperLife, the necessary query information for the stress might not be available for the required calculation.
  4. Go to File > Export > Results. Select the “Deformed model” option. This option will allow to export the deformed model as STL, VRML and gda format.
  5. We don't see any issue as such related to the file size.Please give a try by clearing setting files mentioned in below post.
  6. As per OptiStruct user guide, thermal compliance must be assigned to a linear steady state heat transfer subcase.Since you have Thermo mechanical optimization setup,you could also try min mass or volume, subject to stress constraint or displacement constraint.
  7. Just follow the steps mentioned in the Tutorial. Simlab is also good for TFSI analysis using OptiStruct and Acusolve. SimLab Learning Center
  8. Please try with attached fem deck.I tried with change in material property/Volume as design constraint and Mindim in DTPL. thermal_topo.fem
  9. Are you requesting output for all nodes? If so ,then please request output for SET.
  10. Change the background colour Preferences : Colors :General : Change background1 color
  11. Which version of Inspire you are using ?Does it give any error ?Please share some more information.
  12. Undo is available for most of the features in Inspire. I guess in your case you have to come out from the polynurbs and execute the Boolean operation.I tested some example on 2019.2 Boolean operation for Polynurb with geometry and it works as expected.
  13. Can you try new mode tracking approach which is available for 2017.0 or higher version. FRA_Based_Mode_Identification (2).zip
  14. This you could achieve even without morphing....Use the translate & delete some existing mesh. With Morphing you could explore Map to Geometry option with domains and handle concept or Map to surfaces with fit to target(consider only individual planar or curved faces during morphing for map to surfaces). Refer Morphing tutorials & user guide for more help.
  15. Fem file you can import and save it in Hm file format.Attached hm file from Hypermesh 2019.1 version. tenbar.hm
  16. Verification Manual is part of Online help.If you have HW solver 2018 or higher version help files seperately installed, then you would find it from online help.
  17. Please refer to OptiStruct Verification problems.This manual presents solved verification models including NAFEMS problems. NAFEMS Dynamic Response Analysis
  18. Can you try thermal complaince(tcomp) instead of weighted compliance in the current setup.
  19. Try with Tools—> Orientation Review and choose the tab Material Orientation
  20. Could you please share the .out file?
  21. This was implemented in 14.0.Please refer attached material for Rbody. Rigid_bodies.zip
  22. This can be achieved in three loadstep. For gravity load use GRAV card and define first loadstep. For force load you can define second loadstep. To view the combined effect of gravity and force use LOAD/LOADADD card and define third loadstep for combined effect.
  23. Please refer to attached fem deck. LM.fem
  24. For rigid element no need to define property. For constant mass component create CG and connect Specimen/Constant mass component with RBE2 to the CG of constant mass. You could use CONM2 for concentrated mass.
  25. Please try with the below command OUTPUT,PROPERTY,ALL,BOTH
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