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Erkan Kilic

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  1. Hello, I am willing to export the Inspire optimized shape to Evolve to continue working on it Evolve. To do this, I right-click on the optimized shape in Inspire 2018.2 Student Version and then click on "Save to Evolve". When I do this, I see "File Saved Successfully" message box. (See pictures below.) Then, I open Evolve 2017-7305 Student Version and click on "Retrieve From Inspire" button under Inspire tab. (See below picture) However, I do not see anything to select in Inspire Shapes Browser. What is wrong with this? Any idea is greatly appreciated. On my laptop, I have both Inspire 2018 and Inspire 2017 Student versions as well as Evolve 2017 Student version. I have this problem when try to export the shape from Inspire 2018 to Evolve 2017. And since I prepared the optimized shape in Inspire 2018 and Inspire 2017 is not opening Inspire files that are prepared in Inspire 2018, I am stuck with this issue. Please advise. Thanks, Erkan
  2. Hello, I am working on topology optimization of a electric motor bracket / mount for metal additive manufacturing. In the gear train there are two pinions driving a helical gear in the middle. I have defined the location and direction of gear force components (axial, radial and tangential) exerting on the pinions and driven gear as shown in the attached image. As can also be seen from the image there are three forces acting on pinion gear and three forces (in the opposite direction) acting on the driven gear; all of those force components are located at the same point. I would like to connect the three gear force components acting on the pinion gear to its own mounting and fixation holes and other three force components (located in the same point) acting on the driven gear to its fixation holes. Could you be of any help as to how the three force components acting on the pinion can be connected to its own fixation holes and how the other three forces that apply to same point to other fixation holes? Please advice. Thanks in advance, Erkan
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