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1. ## Output MATHE varibales

Hello Mr. Grasmannsdorf, I am a student at the University of Mannheim and work with Hypermesh 14.0 on behalf of Prof. Nauerz. The following case is, I'm building a test bed on which to determine the natural oscillations, Load Collector EIGRL with Load Step Analysis Normal Modes. This has rubber components for the simulation of the material I use the card Image MATHE with the settings NEOH, C10 = 0.385, NU = 0.495, RHO = 5.3e-10 and the Property PLSolid. In NEOH an energy formula is used and the real question is, it is possible the automatically calculated variable to be I1 and Jelas pretend to? In the FEM file and View.out file I have not found anything.
2. ## LGDISP with PCOMP property

Hello, I tried to run a job containing PCOMP and a hyperelastic solid modelized with MATHE card. I use a NLSTAT analysis. The run is ok in small displacement but when I use LGDISP I got the following error : *** FATAL ERROR # 3215 *** PCOMP in conjunction with PARAM, LGDISP is not supported. How can I do to perform large displacement analysis with PCOMP and hyperelastic components ? Thank you
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