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Hello everybody, i want to create a simple forming simulation with composite material. I want to form 2 plies, 0° and 90° fiber orientation. After the simulation, i want to see the fiber orientation etc., as shown here: http://www.altairhyperworks.com/hwhelp/Altair/hw14.0/help/mfs/mfs.htm?tutorial_post_processing_composite_forming_results.htm Is there any tutorial i can use? http://www.altairhyperworks.com/hwhelp/Altair/hw14.0/help/mfs/mfs.htm?tutorial_setting_up_composite_forming_sim.htm This doesnt help, since its for sandwiches only. If there is no tutorial: - Where can i create the laminate? Do i just do this in the User-Process Tree or do i have to create a laminate in the Model-Tree and somehow apply it to my blank?
Hello Forums, I want to setup a composite forming simulation in Hyperform using the Multilayered approach but with resin in between the plies. On the forums I found the example from the attached .rad files, but I don't really understand how it is setup.. I always thought the multilayered approach uses one blank for one ply, in this example all plies seem to be combined in one single blank and the resin components showing in the Modeltab are not even included in the User Process Tab. I hope someone can give a short explanation or tutorial on how to properly setup the resinlayers in User Process. Thanks independent_layers_with_resin_new_0000.rad independent_layers_with_resin_new_0001.rad
We tried to build a multilayer (1 μm SrTiO3 on infinite SrTiO3 ) and also only the infinite SrTiO3 plane. The result should be the same. and the aim of doing this is to check the identity of the Green function for these layers. However, we got error report which is attached. LOG1