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  1. Hi, Yes you can change the OS solver for solving OptiStruct problems in SimLab. Go to the below installation location of SimLab and run Configure.exe. In the Configure.exe application, go to Solver Settings (click Next to move from each page). In the Solver settings page, select the OptiStruct option and select Choose . After selecting the Choose option, specify the Scripts directory of your OptiStruct solver. For example, as shown in below image. After specifying the directory for OptiStruct, click Next to move to subsequent pages. Finally, select Install to complete the re-configuration process. Now you can run the OptiStruct solution directly from SimLab 2019.3 with your desired OptiStruct version. Thanks and Regards, Sivasankar.
  2. Review the nodes of the Sets: To review the entities of sets, in the Solution Browser Right click on Sets and select Review option. Select on the name of the sets to view the entities. Refer below image. \ Update the nodes of the Sets: To update the nodes on the sets, Double click on the sets, and set definition dialog for the corresponding sets opens. Now modify the entities of the sets and click OK to update. Refer below image. Hope I have answered to your query. Let me know if you have more queries on the same. Thanks and Regards, Sivasankar,
  3. Hello Alpha, The printing of *.out file in output window is removed on solving using solution browser. When solved using solution bowser we run OptiStruct in background without freezing SimLab. So you could possibly submit more than one OptiStruct jobs at the same time. So it will not be possible to show the logs in the output window. Currently in V2019.3 when there is an error in the OptiStruct solution, SimLab provides an option to open the *.out file as shown in below image. If the job is successful we directly load the results. We will soon add more options to show the *.out and *.monitor files live in separate window when solving is in progress. So the user can track the solving process. Thanks and Regards, Sivasankar.
  4. Hello Darad, SimLab sketcher feature is under development and it will be available in upcoming version of SimLab. Currently you can use weld tools, to create weld bead between 2 FEM bodies and connect the bead with the bodies. The weld tools are available in Advanced > Weld menu. Below video shows how to create weld bead and connect the weld with the bodies. Weld_Creation.mp4 Please find the attached database (Weld_Creation.slb) for your reference. Thanks and Regards, Sivasankar. Weld_Creation.slb
  5. Hi Darad, Please find below my comments for the following: SimLab 2019.3 PATCH FOR ISSUE IN RESULTS DIFFERENCE BETWEEN SimLab 2019.2 and 2019.3: We will create a patch for SimLab 2019.3 and provide to you as soon as possible. BOLT THREAD ISSUE (WITH UNITS) IN SimLab 2019.3: Currently, this issue is under development process. It will be fixed in the upcoming version of SimLab. UNABE TO VIEW THE IDs OF BAR ELEMENTS IN OUTPUT WINDOW IN SimLab 2019.3 (IN 2019.2 it is working) We were unable to reproduce this issue. Please find the attached video along with this thread (Bar_Element_Selection_SL2019.3.mp4) which shows the above process in SimLab 2019.3. Kindly provide us more details regarding this issue. We will try to reproduce from our side and let you know. SimLab 2020 Relaease SimLab 2020 version is planned to release on May 2020. Bar_Elemeent_Selection_SL2019.3.mp4 Regards, Sivasankar.
  6. Hi Darad, Regrets for causing inconvenience. There is an issue in the Bolt thread creation. ISSUE: When IPS units is set and in the Bolt thread creation, when the Pitch value is given (say "0.5") it is taking the Pitch value as "0.5 mm" and converting the value to inches (Refer below image). The same issue is also there for the Depth parameter. Due to this, the Bolt thread creation is failed. WORKAROUND: As a workaround, in the Pitch and depth parameters of bolt thread creation, kindly provide the units along with the value. That is, instead of giving "0.5" as the value of Pitch, enter the value as "0.5 in". In this case, the value will not be further converted and bolt thread creation will work on the model. Let me know if you face any issues. Regards, Sivasankar.
  7. Hi Darad, Regrets for causing inconvenience. There is an issue in the Bolt thread creation. ISSUE: When IPS units is set and in the Bolt thread creation, when the Pitch value is given (say "0.5") it is taking the Pitch value as "0.5 mm" and converting the value to inches (Refer below image). The same issue is also there for the Depth parameter. Due to this, the Bolt thread creation is failed. WORKAROUND: As a workaround, in the Pitch and depth parameters of bolt thread creation, kindly provide the units along with the value. That is, instead of giving "0.5" as the value of Pitch, enter the value as "0.5 in". In this case, the value will not be further converted and bolt thread creation will work on the model. Let me know if you face any issues. Regards, Sivasankar.
  8. Hi Darad, As you mentioned, you can use the second method (Import 2019.2 h3d model & results (prompts for prior units) into 2019.3, display in IPS units) to display the MPa results in IPS units
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