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Exporting a Hypermesh file to Ansys

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I have a model of chassis of a truck. I need to perform stress analysis on it in Ansys.


Is there any problem importing a Hypermesh file to Ansys Workbench?


How do I import it on workbench?


 


Is it possible to do the same on Ansys APDL?


 


PS: Since it is an assembly file with 19 components, I've been told that solving in APDL will be difficult & inaccurate.


Kindly help.


 


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Hi Abdul,


 


In which user profile are you in?


 


If you are in Ansys user profile you can straight away export by choosing Export to solver deck.


 


Go to File Menu>> Export>> Solver deck and click export.


 


if you are in Default HyperMesh profile, please change to Ansys profile and update the elements.


 


Go to 2D page>> Elem types>> select 1D and click update.


 


repeat the same for 2D and 3D elements.


 


Now Go to File Menu>> Export>> Solver deck and click export.


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Hi everyone,

 

I followed all these steps to export the model from Hypermesh to Ansys, however some type of elements can not show correctly on Ansys Workbench. For instance 1D elements like rigids, beams, rod or spring elements. Moreover forces and constraints don't appear in Ansys but they are written on the file .cdb from Hypermesh.

 

I found sensors for shell, rod, beam and spring elements, but rigid elements (CERIG) are not read by Ansys Workbench. Can you help me to solve this problem? I need to have the same model in Hypermesh and Ansys Workbench.

 

Thanks for your time.

 

Álvaro.

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