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How can I get stress vs. time curve in hypermesh

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Hello everyone,

  

  I want to get stress/strain vs. time curve in hyperview, but I have only learned how to do linear static analysis in hypermesh. I try it in hypermesh, but I only get one point in the hyperview 2D plot as the picture shown. I want to know if there are any video or may you tell me how to choose those cards can I get the stress vs. time curve in hyperview.  

 

  Thank you so much for you time. ~~(^_^)

 

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For linear static analysis time would be constant. Hence you would not find varying curve  for displacement, stress & strain.

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@Rahul R   

 

  Thank you for your time. May you tell me what I can do to get this curve?

 

Thanks a lot.

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Hi,

 

You can do a dynamic analysis like transient or frequency response analysis when applied load is dependent on time or frequency

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Hi, @Prakash Pagadala 

  Thank you so much for your time and patient. I am currently try another method to do my work. I will try your method if my current method can't work well.

  Thank you again. (^_^)

 

Best regards,

 Dongying Fu

 

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