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  1. Hi, Could anyone kindly explain to me how to build a model with point/node cloud information and then mesh it with Hypermesh please? I have a model which was built and solved(standard displacement FE) in Abaqus and I am able to extract all element node position information out from the result file(.odb). What I would like to do now is to remesh this deformed geometry so that element distortions can be removed in order to be fed into a second analysis. Since Abaqus remeshing ability is quite limited, I am hoping Hypermesh can help out. Any suggestion on how this could possibly be done with Hypermesh? I am totally new to this software so any advice would be extremely helpful. Thanks in advance. Cheers, Vince
  2. Hi, I have a set of points in matlab that form the surface of a bladder and I want to import it to Hypermesh to mesh it. I export it from matlab as a IGES file, but when I imoprt in Hypermesh it does not show anything. I have tried importing a simple nurbs surface in IGES format into Hypermesh and it recognizes it. Do I have to make the points a Nurbs surface in order to import it to Hypermesh. I know I can use a CAD software, like SolidWorks, to make a geometry from the points but it is too expensive. Any help is greatly appreciated. Roja
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