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  1. I will answer to myself in case it's useful for someone. Firstly, if you want to introduce a time-dependant force (instead of frequency dependant) you should do a Transient Analysis (not a Direct Frequency Response Analysis). Secondly, you can't introduce a force=A+B*sin(wt). You have to apply A and B*sin(wt) as two different forces, and then combine those two, using the DLOAD method as suggested above. Thanks
  2. Hello, I have a doubt, and I was wondering if someone here could help. I am setting up a Direct Frequency Response Analysis, and I want to set an oscillating load. I've read the documentation and some tutorials, however, I can't find the solution. The load I want to apply is: force (time)=A+B*cos(wt) A and B are constants, and w is the angular frequency. If A=0, the proccess would be (I think): - Set a unit load in the given direction, with load type DAREA, and magnitude 1. - Set a TableD1 load collector, with a range of frequencies and y=B - Set Freqi and Rload2 load collectors, and a freq resp (direct) loadstep accordingly. (I would be grateful if someone can confirm that is correct) However, when A is not zero, I have no idea what I should do. One more thing, is there a way to view the applied load in Hyperview? If there was, I could see for myself what I am doing. EDIT: I think I found a way to do this, with the global output request OLOAD, not sure it it'll work though. Thanks for your attention, hope someone can help! Regards
  3. Hi Prakash, Thanks, I finally solved it by opening with Hyperview and opening the h3d files directly. It still displays the error message when I try to open the results directly, but I'll just open them with Hyperview. It's a tiny bit slower but it doesn't matter. Thanks
  4. Hi all, I'm new to Hyperworks, I have an academic license, and I installed the v11 version (because my computer is 32 bit and I understand that's the last version I can install). My problem is after I run an analysis and try to open the results in Hyperview, I get the following error: invalid command name "pagehw-9995144" invalid command name "pagehw-9995144" while executing "# Compiled -- no source code available error "called a copy of a compiled script"" (procedure "::fepre::AppendSessionFile" line 1) invoked from within "::fepre::AppendSessionFile "C:/Users/jose/Desktop/centroLlanta/analisis/barra.mvw"" I've tried opening the results in Hyperview but I get error messages as well. I've also checked that I've done everything correctly and I think so: if I run a check instead of an analysis, the program says "Input data checked ok", and I run the analysis it says "analysis completed". It is only when I click on the Hyperview button that I have the problem. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
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