Brian DO liked a post in a topic by Simon Križnik in Linear Buckling Analysis
While nonlinear buckling could be done in Optistruct, it is very is likely the implicit solver will experience convergence difficulties resulting in long run times or even fail due to nonconvergence. Alternatively use Radioss integration to solve your model with the explicit method in Optistruct.
Therefore I suggest using Radioss explicit solver instead following this procedure:
1.perform modal analysis in Optistruct
2.in postprocessing create a derived load case>linear superposition>use small scale factor (1e-2 to 1e-3)
3.export the deformed shaped.
4. import the deformed shape into Hypermesh Radioss user profile and set up non-linear buckling analysis.
By using the deformed shape obtained from the modal analysis the structure will have geometry imperfection triggering a buckling pattern consistent with modal and linear buckling analysis.
Nonlinear buckling analysis is recommended to be performed within Radioss. Post buckling can be solved using nonlinear geometry (Implicit) loadcase. Use any of the Arc-Length methods to solve post-buckling analysis.
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There are two tutorials and one example on NL buckling:
RD-T: 3030 Buckling of a Tube Using Half Tube Mesh (Hypercrash) RD-T: 3530 Buckling of a Tube Using Half Tube Mesh (Hypermesh) RD-E: 0300 S-Beam Crash RD-T_ 3030 Buckling of a Tube Using Half Tube Mesh.pdfUnavailable RD-T_ 3530 Buckling of a Tube Using Half Tube Mesh.pdfUnavailable RD-E_ 0300 S-Beam Crash.pdfUnavailable
Brian DO liked a post in a topic by Sourav Das in IS Cast 2019.2 Meshing Failed (Solved)
In preference you selected to run at the model location it seems, you can also do one thing, you can change the option in run option in inspire and also in run option in Inspire cast in preference, (try this it will work) if possible send the file if it doesn't work, we shall check.
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Brian DO liked a post in a topic by tinh in How to use HyperWorks Automation Toolkit
HWAT has many base functions and also ultility functions that useful for you.
read the help in ..\help\altair_tools\tools.html
i think it is easy. so if you feel tough at any point please post here, i cannot describe all because it is a huge library