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PavolLukac

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  1. Hi, did you review the model in HyperView? I recommending to set up a small print interval and run the model. And then review h3d file in HyperView. You don't need to run a long simulation, only few frames in results file can help you to find a mistake I think this is the easiest way how to debug the model. Pavol
  2. I have the same problem. I was not able to import the FEM membrane when I created it in HyperMesh. (same error) I was only able to update the FEM membrane from the training model and used this. It's worked for a small model, but the biggest project coming. And I will need to solve this as soon as possible. I have reviewed the help and I have found this information only: But I don't understand the meaning of this limitation. Because I have created a rectangle shape as you can see below. And I was not able to import it via this macro. I suppose that there are other limitations for the FEM model to use it for this macro. Please let us know if you have any information which can help us. Thank you. Pavol
  3. Hi guys. I'm new in MotionVIew. I was able to found the most of information, which I need for my job. But I was not able to found any information how to create SDF file. I watched this video: SAE SUPRA: Multi Body Dynamic Simulation part 1, where the SDF output is shown. But there is no info how to setup it in MotionView. I need know displacement in one specific Joint, I know that this information is in PLT file too. But I have too much data in PLT file and it's hard to checking one specific joint between so much data. Please, can you help me how to create SDF file like this one: Or if I can have two separately PLT files (one for whole data and another for one joint only), it should be useful too. Thank you so much for any Information. Pavol
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