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  1. Hi, When we do assembly meshing in hypermesh the two assemblied surface penetrate with each other. If we convert it to ansys or lsdyna the penetration give some problems during analysis. So how to correct those problem. Can anyone help me to solve this issue. 1. Part1 is blue and Part2 is green in colour. 2. Wireframe mesh diagram of the two part 3. Zoomed view of the mesh area. Here the penetration of part 1 into part 2 is visible. Now how to correct the problem, give me some solution with pdf or video or any other type. Waiting for your reply. I inserted k file of the model here. Penetrate.k
  2. Hi... I am trying to find out the penetration of two 3d component after meshing. In naked eye its shows its penetrating. I want to know how to check and correct the penetration. Any one give me PDF or video for reference.
  3. Hi, I am working with 3D tetra meshes with small amount of self-intersections and would like to remove the intersection with tcl scripts (or command file) using HyperMesh's 'Automatic Self-intersection Fix' tool (see pic attached). I realised that the command for checking penetration and self-intersection is *checkpenetration elements 1 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 . However, there is no command can be found for the auto-fixing feature. Any idea on this? Many thanks, Wensong PS. I found on internet that the way of saving checkpenetration results is as following: *checkpenetration elements 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 ::hmCollisionGui::FindTreeSelection 0 0 0 0 0 *marktousermark elements 1 Could anyone please kindly explain to me what is this ::hmCollisionGui:: command and is it possible that the auto-fixing command is also under this command branch?
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