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Viewing local coordinate systems in Hyperview

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Hello, I tried a quick search but did not find my answer; sorry if it is trivial but it is causing me a hard time!


I created node reference systems in Hypermesh.  I solve my non linear problem with Radioss and my coordinate defining nodes move during the simulation (hence my coordinate systems *should* follow them).


My qyestion is: how can I make my systems visible in Hyperview 2017 so that I can see how they moves and behaves in time during the simulation?



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Thanks for your answers!


@Prakash Pagadala:

When I load the .H3D for both model and results, the "systems" tab icon is simply not in the model entity tree?  So I can't hide or unhide them?...




BUT, when I load the 0000.rad as my model and the .H3D as my results, the systems do appear and I can see them move.  Thank you Q.Nguyen-Dai for this answer!




Any reason why I don't see them when I load the .H3D in the model also?

Thanks for your support

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the analysis is done in LS DYNA software and i want to plot the intrusion of the 40% front crash simulation, can you help me how to create reference coordinate system or (origin, YZ-plane and Z-axis) in hyperview?


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