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Hyperstudy simulation of three point bending

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Hi, I have produced a model of a composite plate undergoing three point bending and have imported this into hyperstudy to show the relationship between force and displacement. When setting up in hyperstudy I was prompted with this but I don't understand what the value N5561 refers to? I don't know what N value for request I should choose from to get the correct value as I want to find the displacement in the middle of the composite where the load acts? Any help would be great.

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N is the node id.I think you want to select maximum displacement node.starting from 14.0 you can use file assistant .Please see video from free DOE with Hyperstudy eBook.

https://altair-2.wistia.com/medias/9akrqpqpib

 

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While postprocessing in Hyperview you can plot max min stresses. Also using query panel you can get stresses for any particular node.

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