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Hello, I am a civil engineering student who is using HyperMesh to create a model of a small-scale tower as part of a civil engineering design club. I have no prior experience with HyperMesh in the past and am currently learning all of its functionalities and capabilities on the spot. I am currently having a problem with creating a uniform "hex8" solid mesh for the solid in the image below: The mesh, containing 3-D quad elements, has been created, but there are warped mesh elements along the sides of the component: I would like to be able to make all the 3-D mesh elements cubes, all with side lengths of 0.0127 units, and these mesh elements will correspond to only one component. If anyone can offer tips on how to resolve this, that would be much appreciated! Thank you very much for your help!
Hi, I have been using the 3D mesh options in Hypermesh but I'm not sure if this is the correct option. I have a question regarding the 3D solid map > one volume mesh. Does this mesh create elements inside of the geometry. I.e. my aim is to create internal quad elements in geometry, how can I achieve this within Hypermesh Kind Regards, Laurence
Hi everyone, Is there any commands or tcl by which we can obtain solidmap between multiple element set at once. Let us suppose we have same set of elements at multiple positions and there is a guiding geometry between them like surface and line. Can we use all elements to create a solidmap at once with the help of guiding geometry?
Hi, I have a structure made of 3d solid map hex mesh elements, ie. primitive unit cells (see primitive image attached). I have turned my hex mesh elements into bar2 elements. I would like to create a central node to the primitive unit cell and connect bar elements to this central node (see body centred cubic image). I know this will most likely be a TCL script problem but I'm not sure how the script would be written. I have successfully created the primitive unit cell and used config edit tool to create bar2 elements (CBEAM's) But I would now like to do this with elements connected to a central node. A comparison of what I'm attempting to do can be seen in this paper: https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC6265793/pdf/materials-11-02073.pdf I look forward to hearing from the community, Kind Regards, Laurence