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  1. Hey guys, as the title already says I'm looking for a macro which saves the nodes of a whole component into a nodelist automatically. In the end the command *plotnodelist is used and needs a nodelist to execute the program. Do you have any ideas how this could work? Kind regards and thanks in advance, Simon
  2. Hey guys, I created a .tcl-script, which I normally open with the active-tcl program. The script works as it is supposed to be and opens a GUI, where several buttons can used to do calculations etc.. In the next step, I created a button in HyperMesh and want my .tcl-script to be started by pressing this button. The problem is that the window I used to have when I've started the script by active-tcl doesn't appear when I use HyperMesh. Can you help me out with this problem? Thanks in advance, kind regards and greetings from Germany Simon You can find the script here:convert.tcl
  3. Hey guys, I want to export nodal stresses from a model given in HyperMesh and write them into a .csv-file. The important thing is to only use HyperMesh, because I want to run a .tcl-script to customize and automate this procedure in a following step. Do you have any ideas how this could work without using HyperView or any other post-processing tool? Besides, I was wondering if it's possible to start a Thermal Analysis and placing the thermal load on elements - and not on nodes how it is usually done. Could somebody help me out here? Thanks in advance and Greetings from Germany Simon
  4. Hi, I need to create nodes for elements of user specified sizes. For eg, If the user specifies size 6 for the element, the nodes should be created at (0,0), (0,6), (6,0), (6,6). If the user specifies size 8 for the element, the nodes should be created at (0,0), (0,8), (8,0), (8,8). This is to be repeated to generate a geometry 830 mm*450 mm . therefore, if the element is of size 8, 830/8 elements must be created along the length and 450/8 elements along the width with their corresponding nodes. Please tell me how to automate this? Also, I need flexibility to change 830*450 mm dimensions to user specified dimensions (say 500*250 or 1000*600 etc etc). How do I incorporate this?? thanks, Kushal.
  5. Hello everyone, i am new to Tcl programming and worked little bit with command.tcl file to create simple scripts. But now I would like to create a script with the help of if loop. I wanted the script automatically create the solids with bounding surfaces option and if the solids already exist in the model then to return. Can someone help me with this? I could only come out with this. *createmark surfaces 1 "displayed" *solids_create_from_surfaces 1 4 -1 2 Thank s and regards, Punith
  6. Hi, I have a meshed cylinder (2d) on which i want to give an option to select a node to user. Once the node is selected, and clicked on proceed button it should display all the circumferential grids having a user defined number to the grids. Let's say i select a grid having ID as 122. Now, i want to display all the circumferential grid starting from 123 on the same station location where user has picked the node. I want to do it using TCL/ TK. Thanks
  7. I am trying to debug TCL code through hypermath tool in Hypermesh. But, i don't know why it doesn't work properly like other IDEs. I don't know how to debug it step by step, so that i can come to know the workflow. It doesn't even shows the values at breakpoints. Any idea?
  8. How to convert .tcl to .tbc? Thanks, SriGanesh.
  9. How to plot the data as shown in below figure using TCL script after .odb file is loaded in the Hypergraph2D? In Y-Type I would like to select RF2-Reaction force(Time History) , all the nodes in Y Request , Value in Y component and plot them.
  10. I am a beginner for hypermesh customization. Want to know what are the prerequisites before i enter customization. And how do i set up the environment for customizing Hypermesh.
  11. I need the Tcl- script file for getting standard view for local coordinate system
  12. Add the following codes (change to your needs) into "hmcustom.tcl" : set mypath "C:/Users/MYNAME/myscripts"; set top_menu [hm_framework getpulldowns] catch {$top_menu delete [.hmMainMenuBar index "MyMenu"]} catch {destroy $top_menu.custom} menu $top_menu.custom -tearoff 0 $top_menu insert 20 cascade -label "MyMenu" -menu $top_menu.custom set cat1 $top_menu.custom $cat1 add cascade -label "Category 1" -underline 0 -menu [menu $cat1.mnu1 -title "Cat-1"] $cat1.mnu1 add command -label "Script 1" -command "source {$mypath/script1.tcl}" -underline 0 $cat1.mnu1 add command -label "Script 2" -command "source {$mypath/script2.tcl}" -underline 0 $top_menu.custom add separator set cat2 $top_menu.custom $cat2 add cascade -label "Category 2" -underline 0 -menu [menu $cat2.mnu2 -title "Cat-2"] $cat2.mnu2 add command -label "Script 21" -command "source {$mypath/script21.tcl}" -underline 0 $cat2.mnu2 add command -label "Script 22" -command "source {$mypath/script22.tcl}" -underline 0 Start HM and you get your customized menus, see screenshot.
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