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  1. Alex Nguyen

    Display MPC dof and weight

    Hi Mr.Tinh I used "review" button, but result that only show final dof ( see attach figure). How to show all 6 dofs and weight equation? Thanks so much Mr.Tinh Best Regard.
  2. Alex Nguyen

    Display MPC dof and weight

    Hi everyone, I have a matter about display information of dofs and weight MPC. After I updated MPC for every dof equation, I want to see information of dofs and weight. But I don't know to show all these information. Now I only can find result of dof equation at final dof after updating. Thanks and Best Regards
  3. Alex Nguyen

    Shear center or neutral axis

    Thank you so much Mr.Tinh
  4. Alex Nguyen

    Shear center or neutral axis

    Thank you Mr. Tinh Assuming I create line at shear center and connect lines together by RBE2. That's alright ? Best regards
  5. Alex Nguyen

    Shear center or neutral axis

    Hi everyone, I have some matters with 1D element. In beam structure, connecting locations by welding include shape steels as channel and angle steel (nonsymmetrical section) . Absolutely, we shall model these steels into lines. Shall we create lines on shear center or neutral axis ? What case is suitable for behavior in real-life? Thank you everyone Best Regards.
  6. Alex Nguyen

    Geometry is sudden transparent

    Thanks Pranav Hari Best Regards
  7. Alex Nguyen

    Geometry is sudden transparent

    Hi every one, I'm a newbie. Now I get a problem in HyperMesh that after I edit geometry ( extend, copy, trim v.v...), my geometry is transparent suddenly. I don't know how to correcting it. Please explain about this case for me. Tks all
  8. Can you attach this scrip file on here? Thank you
  9. Alex Nguyen

    Large Compliance Problems

    Yes, I'm very thank you. Maybe I mistaked about MPC. Best regards
  10. Alex Nguyen

    Large Compliance Problems

    Dear Mr. Rahul R Thank you for your answer. I attached figure of constraint position. These are two overlapped plates. In fact, these two places connect together by welding. So I used MPC to connect these plates and I create SPC on end of plate's hole (square hole). In this model, load is only GRAV. Whether something's wrong in my constraints (SPC on nodes) or not? I'm be grateful your helping. Best Regards
  11. Alex Nguyen

    Large Compliance Problems

    Hi everyone, I am a newbie. I'm working with respect to Static Linear and Buckling Linear. I have a problem with my model when I run OptiStruct. Those are errors about "Large Compliance", although I created constraints SPC for model. Please check my .out file attached and help me. Thank you very much 32-44722_23.out
  12. Alex Nguyen

    Element Duplication (Overlapped)

    Hi Nut, I was already read method to fix duplicate (overlapped) elements, but although I checked by F10 as below method of Mr.George, Hypermesh can't find and delete overlapped elements. After I checked manually and have been existing Overlapped elements. Please help me about this prolem. Sincerely Alex Han
  13. Alex Nguyen

    QI mesh Creation

    Hi Mr. Rahul Ponginan I'm a newest person working with HyperWorks. I have been started studying HyperMesh Tutorials module and QI Mesh Creation Section. I have a little question about that. I'm using the model file, planar.hm for section. When I open model and go to QUALITY INDEX, the comp. Q.I is 3374.08, but in tutorial content written that:" On the right-hand side of the panel, note the value for comp. Q.I=. It should read 85.09"( see below figure). I feel may be have a prolem with my HyperMesh because in the same model and mesh presentation, but comp. Q.I is different between my computer and Tutorial Content. Please explain for me about this prolem. Best Regards
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