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      Please click here for a short but important announcement   03/26/17

      Dear Users Our Commercial and Academic users around the world can use these same forums here as before i.e. the Altair Support Forum , Commercial users from India with solver queries can go to the Solver Forum for India Commercial Users , Academic Users from India and AOC India Participants are requested to go to the Forum for India Academic Users and AOC India Participants , We will be tending to all queries in all the forums promptly as before, thank you for your understanding. 

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  1. Hello, I need to do a loop on all my components and i don't know how to do it... Something like that : set list_comp {list "all" components} #doesn't work... set m 0 foreach i $list_comp { incr m set cname [hm_entityinfo name components $i] #instruction } If someone can help me.. Thanks.
  2. Mask entire components

    Hello, I would like to mask entire components in order to get insight into the underlying structures of my model. I have the desired Option in the "Delete" menu (F2). If I press the downarrow button I can select "comp". This is not possible however in the "Mask" menu (F5). Any suggestions how to do this in an easy way? Greetings Niclas
  3. Hey Guys! I have many components in a model (more than 300) and I have to make property for each one of them. The problem is that creating properties and rename them by components and assign them to components takes to many time. Names of the components are the item numbers, so I want to keep them and don't rename them. I have already figured out that in Utility browser there's a function, named "auto property creation", which renames the properties to the names of the components if they are assigned before. Do you have any idea how could I create so many properties and assign them to components in a few easy steps or do you guys have script or any other solution to solve this problem? Thanks for answers in advance! Best regards, Tüki
  4. Hi all, Is there a way to find which component a solid belongs to? I couldn't find a tcl command for this... Thanks.
  5. Hi, Does anyone have a good step by step method of combining multiple components and their loads? I understand the concept of first creating a 2-D shell and then a 3-D (for me, tetra) mesh to finalize a component. My specific problem is that I am trying to simulate fluid flowing through a solid (like a pipe of water through a cube). My partner does the CAD, and he gave me two IGES files of the components (one being fluid, the other being metal). The IGES files for both are just the "shell" surfaces for the two. I imported both geometries and began meshing. I created a 2-D mesh for the fluid, and one for the metal. Then I went to do tetramesh for each. I used the option "per-volume-component" to create a solid mesh for the fluid and the metal separately. If I wanted to specify a constraint on the fluid shell nodes but needed it to interact with the shell and solid elements of the metal...how would I go about that? Does it do it automatically? This is where I'm stuck, so if anyone has any advice or can direct me to some help, I'd really appreciate it! Thanks. Dylan Stelzer
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