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  1. Hi , I am trying to query Young's Moduls, Poisson's ratio of a material Ansys profile. The following command doesn't seem to work - set E [hm_getvalue materials id=$mat_id dataname=E]; set Nu [hm_getvalue materials id=$mat_id dataname=Nu]; I also tried the following Is there any way I can successfuly query all the attributes assigned to the material, irrespective of solver setings? Thanks!
  2. Hello, Is it possible to export Mesh and geometry created in HM to ansys APDL (In .cdb format) Thanks and regards, Bharat
  3. How do I import .cdb file (meshed Hypermesh file) in Ansys Workbench for solving? Please help.
  4. How to rotate the cross section of beam (1D element) in Ansys profile?
  5. Hi, Thanks a lot for your support and quick response. I am using Hypermesh with Ansys User Profile . Here I want to do the Static, Modal, Harmonic, Transient and Random Analysis. I want to give all the inputs in Hypermesh itself. Please Guide me on this I have to give the inputs in Sinwave form. please provide me any link for tutorial. Thanks in advance for your valuable support. Thanks, David
  6. Is that possible to have the meshing in Hypermesh and analyzing it in ANSYS, if yes how can I import my meshed model through hypermesh to ANSYS.
  7. 1> I am importing assembly mesh from hypermesh 13.0 to ansys 17.2 but i am getting only one component meshed. Ex. supposed I have 5 parts in my assembly, I did all 5 parts different meshing in different component and assign different material properties. But when i am importing mesh to ansys only 1 component was exported. I had check this option " All component Exported". 2> If I have some component in 2D and some component in 3D how to export both meshing in single files.
  8. Hi, I am facing an issue while opening Component Manger (Utility Tab for Ansys). Below is the screenshot of the error message. The FE modelling was done in SimLab 2018 and exported as Abaqus .inp file. I imported the model in Hypermesh with Abaqus user profile. Now, I have changed the user profile to Ansys so that I can proceed with Ansys. But, I am facing the issue with component manager. Is there any way to fix this ? Hypermesh version - HM 2017.2. Thanks, Roshan
  9. Hey guys, In Hypermesh, under the Ansys User Profile; I cannot seem to figure out how to show shell thickness offsets. Example: 1. I apply a thickness of .5" to a Shell181 group of elements 2. I change the Section Property SECOFFSET optio to TOP / BOTTOM / USER instead of MID 3. Hypermesh still shows the thickness at the middle of the element. To parallel this, I know that the Nastran user profile will correctly display Nastran imposed ZOFFs applied to PSHELL cards. This is the desired affect I am looking for graphically in Hypermesh for the Ansys User Profile. Does anyone know how to view the thickness offsets applied with SECOFFSET in Ansys? Thank you, -aero
  10. Hi, I am a new user of hyperworks and i generally work with ansys workbench, I have been trying to verify the results of same mesh on both softwares but I am not able to get the same results. I have checked my methods a few time and I haven,t found as such any errors, but I am still doubtful about the units used in hyperworks and any other error that i may have missed. solid-block.IGS solid block.hm solid block.mvw
  11. Hello, I am currently using SimLab 2018 for pre-processing. When I export the FE model as Ansys .cdb file from SimLab and import it in Ansys solver, the sets are not getting imported. The sets are expected to be imported as "COMPONENT SETS" which used to happen when I was using older SimLab versions. Is there something that I am missing out during Solver Input File export or some bug in the appplication? SimLab version details:
  12. Hello,I want to upload the results from Ansys 18.2 to HyperView.Loading files with RST extension.I do not know what to choose in Select Model Reader and Select Result Reader.
  13. Hello Support team, I am using HyperMesh 14.0 and ANSYS workbench 17.0 (ANSYS Mechanical). I am performing a Explicit dynamic analysis on 2 bodies which are non-linear. I am using HyperMesh for meshing only and all other things (Material selection, Boundary conditions, Analysis set-up) are performed in ANSYS explicit dynamics model. However, my question is about element type selection. Could you please tell me which element type should select in this scenario? I used Solid185, but I didn't get any results with this. Would you suggest me any other ET Type? Also, if you have any document which would guide me through this process (Meshing > Set element type > Export to ANSYS), it would be great. Waiting for your kind response. Thanks & Regards, Vishal
  14. People who used ANSYS will be knowing about the Symmetry BC there. Is it possible to do the same in hyperworks also? If you have to give both symmetry constraints and fixed constraints can we give it in the same load collector?
  15. Hey everyone, I'm experiencing issues exporting a meshed model with multiple components to ANSYS. The model is set up in order to generate an appropriate shell mesh of our CFRP Monocoque with the control arms modelled as 1-D bars for a torsional stiffness analysis with ANSYS. After generating a shell mesh of the imported surface geometry (STEP file), multiple nodes have been created in Hyperworks using the XYZ coordinate definition; with these, bar elements were created and written in a separate component. So in total there are two components containing the shell mesh and the bar elements respectively. The further procedure of setting the correct element types and real sets for ANSYS corresponds to the one presented by HM-4410 in the Altair Knowledge base, so the appropriate Element Types and Real Sets have been assigned without Hypermesh displaying anymore problems or errors. When exporting the model, apparently only the content of the (chronologically) first component is being written in the CDB file, though. When opening the ANSYS FE-Modeler, only the shell mesh is displayed for further processing. When changing the order of the components in the model tree, only the bar elements appear in the ANSYS module. Further processing of the exported components works just fine, the other one is simply missing. In Hypermesh, Export was set to 'All' and 'custom' after checking all components for export with no success. I'm currently having trouble identifying the problem, I hope this was enough information. Thanks in advance for Your help Kind regards, Patrick
  16. Hi, im looking to import a NASTRAN mesh into ANSYS. This can be done directly in workbench, but a lot of information is lost. Specifically I would like to maintain named selections / components - so my strategy was to bring the Nastran bdf into hypermesh, create my groups there, and then export as a cdb before importing it into workbench The problem is whenever I export to cdb I only get nodes in the *.cdb, no elements. I am using Hypermesh 14.0 - anyone have a workaround for this? Thanks ! Tyler
  17. I have a model of chassis of a truck. I need to perform stress analysis on it in Ansys. Is there any problem importing a Hypermesh file to Ansys Workbench? How do I import it on workbench? Is it possible to do the same on Ansys APDL? PS: Since it is an assembly file with 19 components, I've been told that solving in APDL will be difficult & inaccurate. Kindly help.
  18. Hello Everyone, I have a complete model in Hypermesh: components, mesh, materials, properties, .... I would like to export that model from Hypermesh to Ansys Workbench, so that someone who does not work with Hypermesh can use Workbench. Firstly, I followed the tutorial HM-4410 from Hypermesh Help (https://altairhyperworks.com/hwhelp/Altair/hw13.0/help/hm/introduction_to_ansys_model_setup_-_hm-4410.htm?toc=0&printWindow). Then, I added sensors for different types of elements and I export a .cdb file; as you can read in the tutorial. Later, I imported the flie .cdb to Ansys Workbench following a You Tube video (How to import Meshed file from hypermesh to ansys). However, when I open the Model clicking twice on the tap Finite Element Modeler, Ansys can't show all type of elements specifically elements 1D (mass, rod, beam, rigids, etc). In my case, the model has rigid, spring, shell, rod and beam elements; so I am reading in several tutorials and forums that rigid elements don't need a sensor but Ansys can't read them. My question is: what do I have to do to get an identical model in hypermesh and ansys? The pictures below show a simple model with that problem. In the first one you can see the hypermesh model with 1580 nodes and 1498 elements (shell, rigid, mass), and the other two pictures depict the ansys model (Finite element model). Ansys model has 1580 nodes and 1495 elements, so the three rigids elements (CERIG) haven not been read. Thank you for your time.
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