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Hi all guys,

 

I'm modelling a platform with different devices linked to it. I modelled the devices as concentrated masses linked to platform with rbe2 elements.

The problem is that, activating Display Element Handles, I can see the element type name (CONM2) but I can't see the mass value of each mass.

Is there a way to display, along with the element type name, the associated mass value??

 

Thank you so much

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Hi,

 

I hope that the following post will give some clarity.

 

Regards, 

Koushik Chandrashekhar

Project Trainee

Altair | Nasdaq: ALTR                                                                                              

koushik.chandrashekhar@altair.com | altair.com

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Hello,

 

I only know the possibility to do it in the mass panel by the review function (except of course what Koushik said).

 

1D->masses

switch to update

press review and select CONM2 element

 

See attached picture

 

Best Regards,

Mario

 

image.thumb.png.9f8f30bf2a450845b5a43d329f3663b0.png

 

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Hi guys,

thank very much for your replies.

I read the post from @Koushik Chandrashekhar but i didn't understand how to display mass values.

 

Then I read the post from @Mario and I think It could be a great advice to recap mass values when using CONM2 elements.

 

So, thank you very much to all.

 

Is there anyone with other advices?:)

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