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  1. Same problem of Mohammed... And OSSmooth doesn' t work. Everytime I try it, HyperMesh tells me that "None of the element id in .sh file matches input model" or something like this. Thank you in advance, Deborah
  2. Hello, I have the same issue of Alice but with two components, a baseplate on a cilinder, and I cannot extract any surfaces in order to repeat the steps indicated by Q.N-D. Does another method to assure continuity between two solid meshes exist? I tried to tetramesh separately the baseplate and the cilinder but I don't know how to assure the continuity of the nodes at the interface. Thank you.
  3. Hello, actually the solution is not present. Could you provide it? How did you manage the boundary conditions and loads?
  4. Hello, I'm a beginner user of HyperMesh and OptiStruct and I have to create a 3D mesh of a solid CAD (1 component) to perform a linear static analysis and to do a lattice topological optimization later on. After the import of the .step component, I tried to mesh it with the Quick TetraMesh tool but it generates a "meshed component" different from the first one, as well as a new material. How can I make the 3D mesh directly on my component (as I can do through "Volume tetra" tool by the onglet "Elems to Surf/Solid Comp")? Or, how can I manage the meshed component and the new material created in order to complete the analysis? Thank you in advance,
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