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  1. Hi Nes, I think you have given a wrong file. Because i see different model when i open your file (as shown in below image). Please can you check and share the correct file. Thank you
  2. Hi vishruthdilip This is been already answered to you, in your previous query. Please can check that. Thank you
  3. Hi STEz3ro2, Please can you explain what you are trying to do? share some screen shots and will help you to solve your problem. Thank you
  4. Hi Nishanth Please refer below Tutorials. I think this will give you an idea how to setup for optimization. If you still have any doubts , let me know. OS-T: 2030 Control Arm with Draw Direction Constraints OS-T: 2095 Frequency Response Optimization of a Rectangular Plate Also for more details you can refer to our optimization eBook. Please download from below link. https://altairuniversity.com/free-ebooks-2/free-ebook-practical-aspects-of-structural-optimization-a-study-guide/ Thank you
  5. Hi Capet16, I think there are duplicate elements created. Please can you check. Thank you
  6. Nes, Under combine through option, select all internal faces and try. Thank you
  7. Hi Imre, I think you need to model it with solid elements only. But, i don't think you can perform Rupture analysis of composite plate in Radioss (it will not support). Thank you
  8. Please find the files below load1.csv load2.csv
  9. Hi akash@1995, Dof1, 2, & 3 are translation degrees of freedom in x, y, z direction respectively. Similarly dof4 , 5 & 6 are rotational degrees of freedom in x, y , z direction respectively. If dof2 is selected, it means that you are constraining translation movement in the y direction. Orientation determines how springs are oriented in 3D space. Click the switch and select from either node, vector, and components. • Node: Select a node to specify the vector orientation. • Vector: Use the standard plane and vector selector to determine the orientation of the spring. • Components: To be used if the direction of the local y axis of the spring is to be specified by typing in the X, Y, and Z components. Thank you
  10. Hi Nes, I'm able to do union of two solids (A+B). Please can you show me what is error you are getting? Thank you
  11. carlosmarbo, But i don't see any material system in your images. I see only global system. Have you created material system? Please refer below video for Composite modeling. Thank you
  12. Hi sanket Please follow below path HyperWorks Desktop Reference Guides Overview > HyperWorks Desktop Reference Guide > Programming with Tcl/Tk Commands > Tcl/Tk Commands > HyperView: Thank you
  13. Here is the model. altair_knuckle.hm Thank you
  14. Hi carlosmarbo, For an An-isotropic material we need to define separate systems at many level. I found a script for that, which i have attached in my reply, with a video which helps you to understand how it works. I hope this helps you anisotropic_layering.tcl anisotropic_layering.mp4 Thank you
  15. Hi Imre, Please refer below post. It is similar to your issue. I hope it helps. Thank you
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