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Joel Rodarte

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  1. What is the difference between them in term of slave and master nordes relative movement?
  2. What is strain energy and contact energy? What does contact stabilize in expert NL card do? What is the difference in using CNTSB in ExpertNL to using the CNTSB card as load collector and adding it to the load step. Thank you!
  3. Thank you once again Rahul! Really helpful information! Thank you for your time.
  4. Hello, I would like to understand what the solver is doing wile trying to solve a nonlinear problem. I understand I have stated in NLPARAM to star iteration at 1.0E-2. I have also activated ExpertNL In the next picture, what is the solver doing each iteration of each load step? what is changing? what Average U, Err. EPI, Measures EWI mean? WHat is the goal of the solver to notice it is reaching convergence?
  5. Hello sbasude, You need to activate OUTPUT card Analysis tab --> control cards --> Search for OUTPUT Now this card should be on on ypur entity tree. Once you click on output card make number of outputs = 1 or the number of outputs you like On keyword = OP2 Now after solving it will create you the op2 file
  6. Thank you for the idea Rahul. Had not tough about it. Thank you for you time. Regards,
  7. Hello, I want to simulate the following mechanism I need the orange pin to slide trhough the green slot when the green slot moves due to other machanism movement. This is the configuration of contact that I used: Nodes on the all arround the slot are the slave and all of the pin elements (membrane of a 3D) is the master. And the results are these: what do you suggest i can do? What is wrong with my contact card, or what other approach do you suggest? thank you for your itme.
  8. Hello, In Ansys and Abaqus solvers I Used to apply a "Skin" (2D elements based on the outer surface of 3D elements) on castings in order to read superficial stresses in Hyperview. These elements were membrane elements and were declared different than regular shell elements. For Optistruct which type of element is the one suited as membrane element? Is there any other approach to read superficial stress on castings? Here is an image of the availabre trias type of elements, which one should I Use? Thank you for your time!
  9. Thank you for your help! I am extracting forces from beams in the matrix browser and when I use Analysisi system to retrieve information I do get information about the magnitude and comonents in them; when I use Elemental System I obtain the magnitude but not the components x and y (N/A). Do you know why this might happen? Green is by analysis system. Thank you.
  10. Thank you for your help! I was not so wrong then. However i am extracting forces from beams in the matrix browser and when I use Analysisi system to retrieve information I do get information about the magnitude and comonents in them; when I use Elemental System I obtain the magnitude but not the components x and y (N/A). Do you know why this might happen? Green is by analysis system. Thank you.
  11. Hello Everyone, I would like to know what is the difference between Elemental System, Global System, Analysis System. I am interested in this since hypermesh allows to extract (strains,stress,element forces etc) from each of these systems. I regularly use the one that is by default "Element system" but I want to understand what is the difference between them and what can I obtain different of each of them. Thank you for your time!
  12. Hello Everyone, I would like to know what is the difference between Elemental System, Global System, Analysis System. I am interested in this since hypermesh allows to extract (strains,stress,element forces etc) from each of these systems. I regularly use the one that is by default "Element system" but I want to understand what is the difference between them and what can I obtain different of each of them. Thank you for your time!
  13. Hello, I am trying to make a movement of nodes as shown in the image. I want the movement to be lika a circle ( i dont want rectangular displacements). How would you recommend to do this? INitial point is 1 and final point is 2. I have tried an SPC with two DOFs constrained (x,y) with it respective displacement values in two DOFs 1 and 2. How would you recommend to make this displacemnet.? Thank you in advance for your itme.
  14. What behaviour difference do these rigids make them different from each other?
  15. Hello, I have a simple question: While selecting boundary conditions I have the option to select SPC or SPCD? What are the differences between them? I have used SPC to force initial displacement or rotations of nodes. What makes SPCD special? what can i do with them. <Thanks in advance!
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