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Hello, I currently have finished a model that contains structural and thermal loading. I used OS to conduct an optimization run and came out with a density model at the end. I created a new page in HyperMesh, went to the OSSmooth model, and performed the procedure to run the post-processing tool (FEA Reanalysis, put in the .fem file, put in the .sh file, set the threshold to 0.5, etc. etc.). After doing all of this and running OSSmooth, I end up with the final iteration model that I saw in HyperView, with almost the exact same BC's, materials, and loadsteps...the problem then seems to be that there are a few things that didn't transfer over. There is an error in the conduction interface card (3rd column of CHBDYE) and none of the heat SPC's or heat loads (flux) transferred over to the model but all of the force SPC's and force loads did. Why did the all of the force transfer correctly but none of the thermal? I'm investigating the problem currently but if anyone has any insight or help for this same type of problem, anything is appreciated. Thanks! Dylan Stelzer
Hi, Would anyone have any answers as to why the OSSmooth version of my model is creating errors for itself with respect to the conduction interface? I had an original version of HyperWorks 13.0 and never had a problem with OSSmooth and when I had to uninstall and download it again, I started getting errors whenever I tried to use OSSmooth on my models. I've attached some pictures below to help give some context to the problem as well as the error but if anyone has any suggestions or needs more background to the problem, I'm more than willing to attach the entire model file or fill you in on the specifics (properties, boundary conditions, etc. etc.). Any help would be really appreciated! Thanks. Dylan Stelzer