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  1. Hi, @tinh Thank you very much for reply. I used *duplicateentities command to duplicate elems, nodes and comps along with any attached loads, while the command *duplicatemark only duplicates the elems and nodes. Even so, I tried the "*duplicatemark elems 1 0" command to duplicate and reflect the elements, a lot of different errors about RBE3 data arises. For the convenience of testing, I attached the duplication and reflection tcl file (symmetry.tcl). The "symmetry.hm" file can be obtained from "half model.hm" by using this tcl file. Thanks.
  2. Hi, @Q.Nguyen-Dai The half model (without reflection) works fine. The error state arises after reflection. The original model without reflection and the reflected model are attached as "half model.hm" and "Symmetry.hm", respectively. Thanks.
  3. Hi, everyone. I encountered a problem when I reflected a model with area connectors. The model is symmetric, but the whole model must be analyzed in some cases. I reflected the original half model (half model.hm) about xz plane of AxisSystem1 (ID=1) by using *duplicateentities and *reflectmarkwithoption and *equivalence commands, then merged the same components and load collectors. However, the analysis of the symmetry model (symmetry.hm ) cannot be executed properly and gives too much errors such as, *** See next message about line 47237 from file: E:/HyperWorks_Work/Symmetry/Symmetry.fem "RBE3 26648 23617 0 22003 23619 23620 23621" This line was interpreted as: 47237:RBE3, 26648, , 23617, 0, 22003, 23619, 23620, 23621 *** ERROR # 1000 *** in the input data: Incorrect data in field # 5. Expected COMPONENT numbers, found INTEGER (0). *** ERROR # 1000 *** in the input data: Incorrect data in field # 7. Expected COMPONENT numbers, found INTEGER (23619). *** See next message about line 47238 from file: E:/HyperWorks_Work/Symmetry/Symmetry.fem "RBE3 26649 16110 0 23623 16111 16112 16113" This line was interpreted as: 47238:RBE3, 26649, , 16110, 0, 23623, 16111, 16112, 16113 *** ERROR # 1000 *** in the input data: Incorrect data in field # 5. Expected COMPONENT numbers, found INTEGER (0). . . . The errors in .out file reflect that the RBE3 elements in the reflected Glue component have wrong information. The RBE3 elements seem not to be reflected properly. BTW, the half model can be analyzed normally. I don't know where the problem is. Can anybody gives me some advices? Thanks. half model.hm Symmetry.hm Symmetry.out
  4. Hi, @tinh. Thank you very much for your reply and advices. The tcl codes can solve my problem. regards, Mansin
  5. Hi, @tinh. If you have time, can you test it for me? Thanks. Mansin.
  6. Hi, @tinh If you could help me to test this problem and give me some advices, I would appreciate it. Thanks. mansin.
  7. Hi, tinh. You can execute draping function by right click on ply folder or each ply and select "Drape Estimator" from context menu. Thanks.
  8. Hi, tinh. I found the result file (.../draping****.res) was generated automatically in the work directory when executing "Drape Estimator" function. But this result file was deleted automatically when the "Drape Estimator" function was finished. I cannot run the recorded command.tcl file properly because the generated process of the result file (or directory) was not recorded in "command.tcl" file and the drape results no longer existed. I guess the "Drape Estimator" operation called an "unkown" command to calculate the drape parameters before the command "*calculateElemDrapingAngles" executed, but I don't know which "unknown" command is called. I would appreciate it if you could help me solve this problem. I attached the tested .hm file (drape_test.hm) and recorded command.tcl file (command-1.tcl) (only contained "Drape Estimator" operation by right click on ply) and the catured picture about temporary drape results.
  9. Hi, everyone. I encountered a problem when I record tcl command of "Drape Estimator" in the GUI. In command.tcl file, it gives the the command: *calculateElemDrapingAngles 1 "./draping1001/draping1001.res" "DrapeTable_PLY1001" 1 2 1001 While in the help files, the explanation of the command of "*calculateElemDrapingAngles" is *calculateElemDrapingAngles mark_id result_file table_name fiber_vector stamping_vector ply_id result_file: Reserved for future use. Must be set to "". (1) How is the result file "./draping1001/draping1001.res" generated? (the generation process of the result file was not recorded in the "command.tcl" file ) What's the full directory path of the result file? (in HyperWorks 14.0) (2) The parameter of result_file in the command cannot be blank when executing this command. The software throws a error: A results file must be specified in the files panel. So, is there a problem with the explanation of the help files to this command? Can anybody gives me some advices? Thanks.
  10. Hi, vipin, The command of "hm_holedetectiongetholedetails" works in my model. Thank you very much.
  11. Hi, vipin, Thank you very much for the reply. I tried this method to get the circle line's IDs, but I cannot obtain any IDs of these circles. The diameter of the circles is about 20mm in the attached hm files. I don't know what the problem is? Hole_detect.hm
  12. Hi, everyone. I have a problem about the tcl programing of circles' automatic selection. In the attached picture, eight circles are in the plate (surface), but the IDs of these circles are uncertain. So, I want to select these circles by position and range (for example, in the displayed coordinate system, by range: 0<x<x1, 0<y<y1). The purpose of this operation is to obtain the respective IDs of these circles. Can anyone give me some advices? Thanks.
  13. Hi, Prakash Pagadala I have got the results in HyperView after I reboot the computer. Thank your very much for the reply. But I have another question about the result of "Composite Failure" and "Composite Failure Index". In this example (the attached hm file), why are the result of Composite Failure (Ply Failure, Ply 1) all minus values? What does the result mean? What's the relationship between Composite Failure and Composite Failure Index? If only one ply in the model, the Composite Failure Index has no value ?
  14. Hi, everyone. When I tested a simple example of the stretch failure of unidirectional composite plate, I cannot found the results of CSTRESS and CSTRAIN, CFAILURE in HyperView.SOUT in PCOMP and CSTRESS and CSTRAIN, CFAILURE in Global Output Request are setted. Can anybody give me some advices? Composite_UD_Failure.hm
  15. Hi, Premanand Suryavanshi, Thank you for your advise. I still have the question: Why are there great differences between the stress distributions on two plates? The stress level of the constrained plate is almost ten times higher than that of the other plate. Thanks.
  16. Hi, everyone. I created a simple model of two rectangular plates connected by adhesives between them. In this model, all degrees of freedom are constrained at one side , the distributed force is applied on the other side. The property of plates and adhesive are Steel and Epoxy Glue, respectively. (1) Why are there great differences between the stress distributions on two plates? The stress level of the plate with constraints is much higher than the other plate, why? (Is induced by the clamped constraints?) I think there are also problems with stress concentration and displacement. (2) Why is the stress level of adhesive so low? Can anyone give me some advises? Thanks. Two_Surfs_Connector_4.hm
  17. Hi, everyone. I'm trying to model adhesives between two surfaces, but the state in entity browser shows "failed: Incomplete realization". I don't know how to fix this problem. Thanks. Two_Surfs_Adhesive.hm
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