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    Thanks all ! What I want has been achieved by creating the result of { Z1(or Z2) - Mid } layer's von mises stress in "derived results"
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    Hi, I have worked in FOAM Material using LAW 70 in one of my project. I tried validating LAW 70 for different scenarios. Attaching some sample validation case for reference. Hope it may help you. Thanks. Comp_20mm_0000.rad penetration_1DOF_0000.rad E_1100_0000.rad
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    Hello, Do it as tinh has proposed. Be sure to load your files with Result-Math template "Advanced". Then call the Expression Builder (Derived Results) and create a Tensor for bending. See attached picture. Best Regards, Mario
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    Hi Zhaoying, For /MAT/LAW36 we provide post yield values in stress-strain curve, and the elastic portion of the material is defined by the Young modulus and Poisson’s ratio. By introducing strain rates we are controlling the change in strain (deformation) of a material with respect to time. Material plasticity curves can be given for up an arbitrary number of strain rates. Based on this strain rate the speed at which deformation of an object from its original shape occurs can be controlled.
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    Hi, I'm attaching a document which shows creating a cross plot values along a specified node path. I think this may help you, please go through the same. Cross plot values along a specified node path.pdf
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    Hi Zhaoying, You can review the node group in HyperCrash but I don't think it's possible to see the node ids of the node group in HyperCrash. I suggest you to export the model from HyperCrash, manually open the model file (_0000.rad) in Textpad and review the node group where you can see all the node ids.
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    Dear Livil, Thanks for your support it's working. Thanks lot . Thanks, Vikas Kumar
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    Alot of work to make this H3D From your output.res => Extract nodes & elems information => make *.hmascii => Import into Hypermesh => Export to *.fem From your output.res => Extract results. In my test, I tested with nodal displacement of 1st step. => write to *.hwascii (I used Perl as scripting programming language) Run Hyperview: Open *.fem as "model" Open *.hwascii as "result" When you have all within Hyperview, you can export again into H3D format.
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    PFA sample deck for Optistruct solver on pressfit simulation. PCONT.zip