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  1. Hi, is it possible to visualize the shell thickness in HyperView in Hyperview 2017. As you replied earlier that in the coming versions it would be updated .
  2. What is the meaning and significance of Plastic strain (s) and von Mises (t) strain? What is the difference between the two?
  3. Which contact type is required for frictionless contact in optistruct ?
  4. NC=15300000 T= 1.5300E+00 DT= 1.0004E-07 ERR=-87.7% DM/M= 8.8558E-01 Is this is bad ?What consequence it can result ?
  5. how to deal with shell element ?
  6. I am ok with SOM but want to understand what stress in shell element mean ?
  7. How to understand stress(von-mises) results in case of shell element ?
  8. Is it not dependent on size of component ?
  9. what duration i should run the simulation,if let say my load is for 5 millisecond(triangular portion) ?
  10. one more question Total force= number of nodes*Force per node ?Is it valid for solid element also ?
  11. I mean for what duration i should run the simulation,if let say my load is for 5 millisecond(triangular portion) ?
  12. What to do with this type of situation ?
  13. I mean to say that if when we run the analysis for more than the loading time,the software continuous to give results.Many times the stress value go on increasing after the loading time. Means we get higher and higher stresses (multiple peaks as the time proceeds ) when we run the analysis for more than the loading time.what does that mean and also how to decide the run time of analysis ?
  14. I applied force on a component/assembly and wants its stress results ?For how long i should run the simulation ?
  15. If i want to apply force in particular direction?what we can do ? Like convex surface.
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