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Hi all,

 

I am looking for post processing options in Hyperview tool, came across this following tutorial (page 321 and Topic 10: Graphical display):

http://www.altairuniversity.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/04/Student_Guide_307-342.pdf

 

In the tutorial, they have mentioned Depending on the kind of information you may specify “Node Path”, 

 

I could not find this option on Hyperview, do we have any pre requisite for this step to be mentioned before analysis?

 

Need your help to extract the similar graph for my model.

Thanks in advance

Regards,

Sachin

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Hi Sachin,

Please make sure that your contour plot are "node based", it's a requirement for a "node path" curve. Otherwise "node path" and "nodal contour" options will not be there instead you can find "elemental contour"

Switch on "averaging" (like in the example) from element based to node based results and check for the node path option.

Also you can try with displacement results as they are always node based.

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Quick question regarding the node path, Can I pre-define my set of nodes [in .hm file (via entity set) or any other possible way] I will be looking for results later in hyperview?

 

I wanted to know about this, because for same wing segment there are different loading conditions.

So, I will be simulating the same static analysis multiple times and want to compare the stress for the same set of nodes in multiple simulations..?

 

Requesting you to suggest me a better way or share an existing tutorial where I could learn more about these post processing techniques.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Regards,

Sachin.

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Hi,

This is possible by creating through entity sets and user has to recall that set in global output request for the type of result.

Please go through OS-1305: Modal Frequency Response Analysis of a Flat Plate tutorial in Help Menu where you can see that a separate node set is created for displacement result type.

Please go through this video series http://www.altairuniversity.com/visualization-2/learn-hyperviewhypergraph/getting-started-with-hyperviewhypergraph/ which is a “Self-Paced Training Class” about HyperView & HyperGraph.

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