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  1. Hello, I would like to know how to set up PSD nodal force output from RANDOM Response analysis because I have problems with this. I find out it should be possible trough XYPEAK / XYPLOT / XYPUNCH I/O Options and Subcase Information Entry. However, when I use CASE_UNSUPPORTED_CARDS with option e.g. "XYPLOT,FORCE,PSDF / 184934(T2)" where 184934 is ID of grid point in the model, I get following error in .out file: *** See next message about line 13 from file: D:/subory/PHP/Priprava_Modelu_Sendvica/Modalna_analyza/pokus6/Random/test/model_12_5_20__10_26.fem "XYPLOT,FORCE,PSDF / 184934(T2)" *** ERROR # 1651 *** in the input data: Syntax error in XYPLOT/XYPRINT/... card - last item read: "T2". I have also tried use command as follows: "XYPLOT,FORCE,PSDF / 184934(2)" which leaded to error: *** ERROR # 6034 *** Nonexistent element 184934 referenced by XYPUNCH/XYPLOT/XYPEAK request. ************************************************************************ A fatal error has been detected during input processing: *** ERROR # 6034 *** Nonexistent element 184934 referenced by XYPUNCH/XYPLOT/XYPEAK request. which is weird because I would like to see grid/nodal output (no element output). I have also tried use of Tools->Process manager->Freq Resp Process->Random PSD frequency response. Here I don't need to enter the command directly, but trough GUI of process manager which reduces possible mistakes of mine. In the manager I used besides other sections also section "Define Responses"->"Select Nodal PSD Response" where what I need should be possible in my opinion. I used "Add DOFs" where I choose "Response Type: FORCE" and I have selected mentioned node then I choose Y direction and set "Assign Format" to XYPLOT However, eventualy I get same kind of CARD (CASE_UNSUPPORTED) with absolutely same command in it and I get also same error. I have attached model .fem file if it helps. So, I would apreciate if someone can help me. Thank you. model_12_5_20__10_26.fem
  2. Hello everyone, my goal in this calculation is to make the depth of impact greater than 200 micros, and finally I've succeed by using ALE method (with ALE-Grid-Displacment). But here comes the problem: After the impact, these two componant stick together (there's no friction between them). Which have not appeared in the Lagrangien method. And I'm wondering why, and how to avoid it? Grid_Standard_compet_M201_v50.hm
  3. Hello community, I would like to create a subplot that spans multiple grid positions. I tried it as following but its only possible to hand over scalar values to the subplot function subplot(2,2,1) plot(x,y) subplot(2,2,2) plot(x,y) subplot(2,2,3:4) <----- thats the issue plot(x,y) Best regards, Nils
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