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  1. Hello, In Ansys and Abaqus solvers I Used to apply a "Skin" (2D elements based on the outer surface of 3D elements) on castings in order to read superficial stresses in Hyperview. These elements were membrane elements and were declared different than regular shell elements. For Optistruct which type of element is the one suited as membrane element? Is there any other approach to read superficial stress on castings? Here is an image of the availabre trias type of elements, which one should I Use? Thank you for your time!
  2. I asked this question before in the forum but I am open to hearing new suggestions. In Ansys and Abaqus solvers I Used to apply a "Skin" (2D elements based on the outer surface of 3D elements) on castings in order to read superficial stresses in Hyperview. These elements were membrane elements and were declared different than regular shell elements. (.01 thicknesss shell elements) For Optistruct which type of element is the one suited as membrane element? Is there any other approach to read superficial stress on castings? Thank you!
  3. I have created a series of seperate areas of membrane elements on a standard tet4/tet10 model. I am trying to assign each of them a n individual unique local system so that I can collect data from the nodes/elements in the particular orientations. I thought I had done it, but then the membrane elements all dropped their material properties and the model no longer runs. Can anyone offer me assistance or a walkthrough on how to? Thanks
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