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  1. Dear Livil, Thank you for your reply! I am trying to get a deeper look into the language, but I have met a barrier that you might be able to explain. I am trying to run the following code to obtain the element id and contour value: The problem that I run into, that my my_iter First is already causes my_iter Valid to be False, therefore I think something I am doing wrong with the selection of elements. Could you point me in the right direction with the issue? Thank you!
  2. Dear All, In my current project I have 21 different components of which I have to obtain the average vonMises stress of the shell elements inside the components, resulting in 21 different values. I would like to run multiple analyses with different thicknesses and material properties. To make the process faster, I would like to create a TCL script which would be able to obtain the average vonMises of each component and write it out to a file. Could someone suggest a source that would help me get started? Kind Regards, Balazs
  3. Dear All, In my current project I have 21 different components of which I have to obtain the average vonMises stress of the shell elements inside the components, resulting in 21 different values. I would like to run multiple analyses with different thicknesses and material properties. To make the process faster, I would like to create a TCL script which would be able to obtain the average vonMises of each component and write it out to a file. Could someone suggest a source that would help me get started? Kind Regards, Balazs
  4. Hi Imre, I am not sure about inside HyperMesh, but I know that you can do it in ESAComp. Best Regards, Balazs
  5. I fount the solution. It seems like when the property is applied the directions change to zero degrees in the visual representation, but during the analysis the theta is taken into account.
  6. I fount the problem. When MAT9ORT is defined for material, all directions of G and NU has to be filled in.
  7. Hi! I am working on a 3D composite analysis, and I have some weird phenomena in my results. The analysis overall seems to match the 2D case, except the first ply. On the screenshots a few elements can be seen that have an outlying stress and strain. The cylinder is symmetric, and the appropriate constraints have been used for symmetry, and a PLOAD4 have been applied for pressure. The material direction is 88 degrees in that ply. Do you have any explanation or experience with the issue?
  8. Thank you for your previous reply, this has helped me to advance, although I have a follow up question. When I assign a PSOLID property to the elements, with a MAT9ORT material, the material direction ignores THETA and shows the zero direction vector for all elements. Could you help me with the correct property setup? Thank you!
  9. Hi, For an analysis I have the .cdb source available from Ansys ACP, where each ply is represented as a layer of SOLID185 elements. Upon importing, I have changed the element type to CHEXA, and I would like to get the material orientation right next. Upon changing the the orientation of each elements THETA to zero, only a quarter of the elements actually face the true zero direction, as can be seen on the screenshot below. The node represents the origin of the model. I am also unable to import the system collectors/rosettes from ACP. I have tried using vectors to get the desired zero orientation, but without success. Do you have a suggestion on what the methodology would be to obtain the desired direction?
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