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  1. Hello, Is there any command that clears the output window in FLUX? I want to simulate a parameter sweep with lots of different values for some geometric parameters. I have a script that sets the values of the parameters at each step, then meshes the geometry, simulates the configuration, exports and deletes the results, deletes the mesh, and repeats the process with new values. After several configurations are simulated, the application just crashes completely, and it closes the project without any error message. I have to mention that I am not using any command for closing the project in my script, so it should not happen. As I am not storing the results of the simulation in the RAM memory of my computer, I think that the problem comes when the output window in FLUX displays too many rows. Is there any command to clear the output window? Thanks in advance, Imanol
  2. Hi All, I have meshed a sheet metal part. I need to take the output in particular co-ordinates. So, I have renumbered all the nodes from 1000. Now using *createnode (x) (y) (z) , i have created nodes at required co-ordinates. I have created almost 150 nodes. Now i have to renumber the new nodes from 101 to 150 as per the serial number provided for co-ordinate points list. Is there any possibilities to create a node along with particular node number (ex: node at x,y,z (100,102,103) with node number 101) .
  3. Hello everyone, are there somewhere Sample Input files where I can find various input file commands for the *.hx -File and their description? Moreover, is it possible to save the simulation results as a vtk. file? Thank you in advance Best regards Chiara
  4. Dear all, the following image is an example. In the following image, i would like to re-number the node number 13 to 113. I am able to do it using the manual options available under tools option. But i would like to re-number using commands or tcl scripts. Thanks & Regards, Prabhu p
  5. I have created an assembly model with around 200 RBE2 connections. My requirement is to measure the length of all the RBE2 element and save it as text or excel file. The number of RBE2 elements will vary from project to project. Is there any TCL script to measure the length of displayed RBE2 element and save the details as required. Or is there any other method to make the process simple by displaying the length of all the RBE2 element on screen, so that the length can be checked visually. Thanks, Prabhu P
  6. HI all, I am creating a node using the command " *createnode x y x " When i switch on the node number, it shows as 1. Is it possible to create a node using command with specific node number (say 501) If so, please let me know the command..
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