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Moment units in hyperworks

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Hypermesh is Non-Dimensional but for our ease by default one can keep Force in N, Displacement in mm,Time in S and Mass in Tonne..... U can see that while assigning the materials the unit of density will be in tonne/mm3 by default i.e by default when we click for the density in the material collector  it displays density of steel as 7.9e-9 which is conversion of density of steel 7900 kg/m3  to 7.9e-9 tonne/mm3

1 kilogram / cubic meter =

1.0 × 10-12 tonne / cubic millimeter......


And for your purpose keeping Moment in N*mm will be right if u follow the above unit system.

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