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Hi all, I'm in my Final Year of Uni, studying Aerospace Technology Engineering. As part of my course, I need to complete a Final Year Project. Mine's on Flight Crash Simulation. Now, I've got a surface model of a 757 (I can't upload it for some reason?? - see here), and I basically need to crash it in HyperWorks, I'm assuming using HyperMesh, and then exporting into HyperCrash. My Tutor has no idea how to use the software, and apparently noone in the University has ever used it before. I'm assuming I'll have to convert the surface model into a solid, and then mesh it in hypermesh.... Can someone help me out with the basics? Thanks Cheers Guys, Sam Bancroft
I have a situation where I have 100+ components in a model. I want to pick a surface using the GUI and figure out which component it belongs to. How do I do this? Colour does not help because there are so many components.
Hi, This should (hopefully) be a quick Q&A. I have a surface (2-D meshed shell elements) and would like to apply a force constraint to the nodes on the mesh of this surface. My only wish is that the vector of the force constraint be perpendicular to the surface (like constant compression or tension at all points of the surface). Does anyone have experience in this? I was told equations might be where to start but I'm not entirely sure how to utilize that as I'm fairly new into exploring anything other than constant loads. I've attached an image file for better reference of the surface. Thanks! Dylan Stelzer