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Q.Nguyen-Dai

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  1. No GTX1060 GPU found in "Hardware Recommendations and Certifications" of Altair. That does not mean that you can't run Altair apps on it. You can, but it's not guaranteed.
  2. Try: "C:/Users/Nutzer/Documents/Studium/zz_IAV/z_Test/Skript_einlesen/test.UFF"
  3. Maybe try with full path of file, for example "C:/Temp/test.UFF" instead of "test.UFF"
  4. Carbon fiber truss with "solid circle" section?
  5. I don't know Simlab. But with Hypermesh you can build this CAD without problem.
  6. Check Altair Hardware Supported list, mostly GPU!
  7. I don't think that's possible, maybe join your Student card?
  8. Do you check the license file?
  9. In the Numerical World, ther most important thing is the Quality of your results, not the "Beauty" of your mesh
  10. @Ingeniorator: Is this a academic work? If it's not the case, and if you would like subtract this work, contact me @GDTech
  11. Yes, I just see the internal mesh. Wow, a lot of work.
  12. I don't think you can repair it automatically. But if you are not afraid to work, it's possible.
  13. Just have a look at your STL. It's not so complicated to rebuild surfaces directly with Hypermesh?
  14. Do you check your MAC address within file altair_lic.dat yet ?
  15. The first thing to know: STL is not suitable format for FEA, even you can do some FE works on this format. When you want to better STL, the best method is return to his CAD model and build better STL, with better parameters. If you does not have the CAD, you can try to refine STL "mesh" but that needs a lot of work. All examples in tutorials, for ANY software, were selected, tested to fit ... un tutorial which shows you some basic method only.
  16. Numerically, both meshes can give the "same" results. The 2nd is "nice" to see, but nothing is guaranteed his numerical result is better than 1st one.
  17. In my version 2019.1 I can choose between 2 modes: Ranged & Discrete May be the limitation of student release?
  18. Here's the pattern of your mid-surface: STEP file: 0686_01_printstruktur_20190212_V001_surf.stp
  19. Wow, it's a very big CAD model. Even with small part of this CAD, Hypermesh can't extract mid-surface. So the only way is try to understand construction logic and build directly mid-surfaces. Good luck!
  20. Hi Neil, Yeah, we have met at Liège with project Halliburton! I'm glad to meet you here. I work a lot with Linux workstation/server since 20 years. But I never setup Mellanox IB Network yet. We have 3 HPC Linux here with this kind of network, but we buy the clusters as turn-key cluster. Regards,
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