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  1. @loren : I can help you to get .dat Nastran file from you model Hypermesh, if you want.
  2. Yes, you choose white color for your component and show it "By Comp". About mesh line color, you can change by "O" (option) => "colors' => mesh line
  3. Do you want show 3D mesh like this picture? or like this ?
  4. "*deleteelementsmode" is "Deprecated Commands" So it's better to use: *setoption delete_elements_mode=<value> The remesh setting for topology revision. 0 - Keep mesh 1 - Delete mesh 2 - Remesh 3 - Advanced remesh 4 - 2D + 3D (tetra) remesh
  5. Bitmap screenshot is "dump" pixel of your screen. So if you want better quality, you have to choose better monitor. That's all.
  6. Type "hwascii" within search page of Hyperworks help.
  7. I know nothing about Acuconsole. But when you build a FE mesh, you have to check also the quality: Jacobian, ratio, ... There are alot of quality criteron to check to get a good mesh.
  8. That should work without any issue with equation + cylindrical system. Here's my test:
  9. Maybe you can do it (midline) with some CAD softwares.
  10. *setedgemeshparams is deprecated command. Please use *set_meshedgeparams
  11. Are you sure this graphics card is in the list of supported hardware?
  12. @Yash_ykr : Do you check downloaded files by MD5SUM?
  13. Screenshot? Model to share?
  14. Of course, when you change the normal direction of your mesh within Hypermesh, the STL output will be changed. Have a look at output in the following: facet normal 0.0 0.0 1.0 outer loop vertex 0.000000E+00 5.0000000E+01 0.000000E+00 vertex 0.000000E+00 3.3333333E+01 0.000000E+00 vertex 1.6666667E+01 5.0000000E+01 0.000000E+00 endloop endfacet and when I changed the normal, output will be: facet normal 0.0 0.0 -1.0 outer loop vertex 3.3437438E+01 2.0355164E+01 0.000000E+00 vertex 5.0000000E+01 1.6666667E+01 0.000000E+00 vertex 3.3333333E+01 0.000000E+00 0.000000E+00 endloop endfacet
  15. @Duc_Hoang: Mapping works well with Hypermesh. But make sure you have the same "mapping field" (your CSV file) and target mesh. Both should present same volume 3D.
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