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  1. Hello carcagiu, You can do it by Page Window Layout, see picture. Best Regards, Mario
  2. Hello, For me it works well with the Curves-> Intersect command. If the curves are not in one plane, I have to define the direction of projection using Visual Intersection. Best Regards, Mario
  3. Hello, The body is not a closed solid. You can check this using Analysis-> Tolerance Check (see picture). If you correct that, it works. Best Regards, Mario
  4. Hello, It's not working for me either. Try this: Select the two surfaces for the bridge Enter the edge mode, instead of face mode Right click, bridge... For me it will work now. But anyway, it seems to be a bug. Best Regards, Mario
  5. Hello, If your elastic modulus is 2e5, the error message is correct. Since for the first plastic slope 100/0.0005 = 2e5, exact same slope and this is not allowed. The strain in the table starts at plastification, means 0,0 is end of elastic range. Best Regards, Mario
  6. Hello, Most commands supporting the catch error handling. if { [ catch {command_name...} ] } { # Handle error } e.g. error handling if already a panel is open, it is not allowed in HW to stack panels: if { [catch {*createmarkpanel lines 1 "Select first line ..."}] } { set Info01Label "Warning: Can't Stack Panels" update return } Best Regards, Mario
  7. Hi, It is of course the ID of the load, not the ID of the load collector... I don't know a direct way to show this. Best Regards, Mario
  8. Hello, I only know the possibility to do it in the mass panel by the review function (except of course what Koushik said). 1D->masses switch to update press review and select CONM2 element See attached picture Best Regards, Mario
  9. Hello, You can do it via the nodes panel: press F8, or Geom->nodes, or Menu Mesh->Create->Nodes Don't forget to zoom to the model dimensions (press F or Ctrl+middle mouse button) See attached picture. Best Regards, Mario
  10. Hello, Wait for support from Altair Use another graphics card Switch to a desktop model (Max-Q is laptop) Ignore it Best Regards, Mario
  11. Hello FBa, You can edit the element RBE3->Update->dofs and switch "select to type" into "set individual". Now you can set the dofs and update the independent node. See picture. Best Regards, Mario
  12. Thank you very much for your answer. (... see update ...I understand that now, but I can't reproduce this. In all cases the selectbox "Constraint" always remains grey and cannot be changed. This also happens if I want to select Rails (like in your video).) Update: It works only, if I finishing the Profile selection by right click. Any other action (manualy switch to rail, close and reopen the Control Panel) will not work. It seems it switch to an "add vertices" mode. Best Regards, Mario
  13. Hello, You have to request the corner stresses (see pic. 1) and then you must switch on the "Use corner data" in Hyperview (see yellow marker). Best Regards, Mario
  14. Hello, EVOLVE had a great "Blend Surface" tool, I can't find it in Inspire Studio either. I can't understand your hint "use loft", can you please explain that? Best Regards, Mario
  15. Hello, You have to request the GLSTAT option in *DATABASE keyword. (*DATABASE_GLSTAT) This will includes the following: Normally it is included in the binout file, which you can read into Hypergraph. Best Regards, Mario
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