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  1. I figured out how to get the Neutral file. Thank you for your help. I have another question, How can I create HEX elements using HyperMesh? I am trying to mesh a femur! Thank you
  2. Hi everyone, I am looking on how to get a Patran Neutral File using Hypermesh. I have the trial version of Hypermesh, could you please confirm that it is not because of a limitation in the version that I cannot find a way to get that neutral file? Thank you
  3. http://postimg.org/image/5x4w0lg7n/ This is the error message I was telling you about Thanks
  4. That is exactly what I tried to do and it still shows me the following error message: connectors have not been selected Thank you
  5. In that case, do you know how can I output a neutral file using HyperMesh? because when I try to export in ASCII format, it says connectors have not been selected even after I mesh my file! Thank you again for your help
  6. Hi there, I am working on a project and my goal is to assign patient-specific bone material properties to a 3-D model created from a set of CT-scans. To do so, I have a segmented 3-D model of the femur resurfaced using solidworks. I have another software called BoneMat that assign the material properties to the bone using the CT-scans as well. But in order to do so, I have to import the bone model as a meshed neutral file (*.ntr). It is my first experience with finite element modelling, and I was wondering if anyone could help in how to mesh my already segmented 3-D model (saved as a .igs that I can import in HyperMesh) and I want to be able to create that (.*ntr) file using this software. Thank you for your help
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