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  1. Hello, I am trying to insert manually a drape table and then have it mapped into the elements. So far I have tried to make a SET of nodes (SET_GRID), and point the drape table to this SET, but it is only modifying the direction of one element. Actually, this is a simplyfied example, what I really need is, in a more complex surface, import points (with coordinates) and directions(with vectors) to indicate the plies' orientations. Is it possible? Drape_import.hm Thanks in advance, Rosa
  2. Hello, I am trying to insert manually a drape table and then have it mapped into the elements. So far I have tried to make a SET of nodes (SET_GRID), and point the drape table to this SET, but it is only modifying the direction of one element. Actually this is a simplyfied example, what I really want is, in a more complex surface, import points (with coordinates) and directions(with vectors) to indicate the plies' orientations. How can I do it? This is the model of my example: Drape_import.hm Thanks in advance, Rosa
  3. Hi, I have a question regarding HyperMesh Drape Estimator: If I run the Drape Estimator on a specific ply it shows how the fiber orientation becomes different from the original orientation (which I specified earlier). How can I use the estimated fiber orientation for later analyses instead of the original one? Does HyperMesh uses this new orientation from now on or do I need to request it somewhere? Thanks in advance!
  4. Hi, everyone. I encountered a problem when I record tcl command of "Drape Estimator" in the GUI. In command.tcl file, it gives the the command: *calculateElemDrapingAngles 1 "./draping1001/draping1001.res" "DrapeTable_PLY1001" 1 2 1001 While in the help files, the explanation of the command of "*calculateElemDrapingAngles" is *calculateElemDrapingAngles mark_id result_file table_name fiber_vector stamping_vector ply_id result_file: Reserved for future use. Must be set to "". (1) How is the result file "./draping1001/draping1001.res" generated? (the generation process of the result file was not recorded in the "command.tcl" file ) What's the full directory path of the result file? (in HyperWorks 14.0) (2) The parameter of result_file in the command cannot be blank when executing this command. The software throws a error: A results file must be specified in the files panel. So, is there a problem with the explanation of the help files to this command? Can anybody gives me some advices? Thanks.
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