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Dear all,

 

A month ago , i am using OPTISTRUCT solver to conduct Normal mode analysis.

 

we have changed the solver from Nastran to opitstruct.

 

so i have few questions.

 

1.with using one optistruct license, is it possible to do multi tasking. ( Means, to conudct two or more analysis at a time). 

2. is it possible to increase the speed of analysis. because i can see the cores & processors option.

3. Any import tips or tricks to ease the analysis process.

 

if you guys know the answer for any of the above question. please do let me know.

 

 

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Hi @NVH GURU

 

OptiStruct analysis requires 25 units. Having said that, you can use HyperMesh, HV, and HG in parallel while running analysis.

 

But, for another additional analysis, you need additional 25 units of licenses.

 

It is possible to add cores to speed up the analysis. You can refer to OptiStruct user guide for more information on that or please share your company details and contact details by replying to the message I sent and I will share the same with the respective application engineer. 

 

 

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2 hours ago, Prakash Pagadala said:

Hi @NVH GURU

 

OptiStruct analysis requires 25 units. Having said that, you can use HyperMesh, HV, and HG in parallel while running analysis.

 

But, for another additional analysis, you need additional 25 units of licenses.

 

It is possible to add cores to speed up the analysis. You can refer to OptiStruct user guide for more information on that or please share your company details and contact details by replying to the message I sent and I will share the same with the respective application engineer. 

 

 

 

Dear  Mr. @Prakash Pagadala

 

Thanks a lot for your reply . 

 

hereby i have shared my details. please forward it to the concern application engineer.\

 

thank you

 

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