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Hi, I would like to know if there is any way to get these point information along with coordinates. I am actually thinking to write a macro which will check for %match of FE and CAD. What it does will be to extract mid surface and with the point data information, i'll match it with my FE coordinate. Maybe provide for an allowance. So if it is completely matching then almost all major feature change areas will have a corresponding FE node. If any other command exists for this purpose also, please do let me know.
Hello, attached you'll find my model. I would like to attach the 4 lines to the circle on the one side of my model. Any ideas how to do that? My previous attemps: - I tried geom>nodes> on geometry already, put nodes on the end Point of the 4 lines and on the circle and tried to connect both. However, Hypermesh won't place the nodes right on the geometry itself but a little offset. Therefore whenever I try to create a surf and subsequently a solid of the 4 lines and the circle, I would end up getting an error. - geom>line edit> Combine or extend line. I get Errors when I try to connect the lines to the circle, as Hypermesh doesn't know to connect both. It probably needs nodes to connect properly. Any help is very much appreciated. Kind regards, Niclas Shape.hm
The error code that I get executing "check physics" is: The lines :64 65 124 125 of the plan of periodicity have no linked discretisation. The mesh periodicity is not assured. The PERIODICITY PeriodicityNumberZaxis can not be taken into account Lines of the constraint without reference line: To obtain the same line mesh on lines, you may use a LINKED MESH_LINE I'm designing a quarter of a motor. The lines 64, 65, 124 and 125 correspond to the ones on the vertical axis. I'm using the periodicity setting to create the other quarters of the motor so that I get a full one. I've set Repetition number to 4, Offset to 0 and Odd periodicity. The mesh is automatically created with Mesh Faces. It has surface element with 98% of excelent quality and 2% of good. Checking the geometry doesn't give any errors. However I'm concerned that using cartesian and cilindrical coordinate systems on the same geometry may cause this error code. What do you think? I've tried creating a Linked Mesh Line. However It asks me to introduce a transformation that will define that Mesh Line, but I'm using a periodicity so it doesn't appear on the transformations menu. What can I do now? Thanks