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Agustin

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  1. I think you can follow optiAnalysis.out file and check during the analysis the amount of iterations. I've read on this forum that if it is more than 50 iterations for sure there is something wrong or at least is not the typical case. I hope it helps you
  2. After installing inspire 2019.4, should delete old version or is better to leave it? Thanks Agustin
  3. Hi I wanted to know how I should set up the Inspire run option in order to get full performance on the software I have a Lenovo Legion Y540 processor: Intel Core i7-9750H CPU 2.6Ghz RAM: 16Gb Graphic Card: Nvidia GeForce RTX 2060 My main doubt is that the computer has 6 core processor but 12 logical processors So I don't know if to put 6 or 12 Thanks Agustin
  4. Hi, I know that there are a limited amount of nodes that can be used on inspire student version (Radioss, OptiStruct). Since this is my constrain and I need to buy a computer. Which is the maximum amount of RAM I should be looking due this limitation?. I say, if I have this constrain maybe is no sense to have a computer with 32 Gb of RAM. I am not quite sure if there is a straight relation between nodes and RAM.
  5. Hi Nimisha, I know this stuff, the problem is that it shouldn't be opaque. By giving transparency to the part doesn't improve the the quality in order to understand the shape of the object. My question would be, is it possible to change some parameters on the software in order to see a well defined shape, with the lights and shadows according the shape?
  6. After running the optimization process the optimize part is presented in a opaque color (screenshot) and makes very difficult to see the volume of it. I am running the software on a macbook booted on windows macbook specs: MacBook Pro (13-inch, Mid 2012) 2,5 GHz Intel Core i5 8 GB 1600 MHz DDR3 Intel HD Graphics 4000 1536 MB
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