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  1. Hyperview error - Hyperworks Student version

    I generally do it by importing only the Animation files into Hyperview at my work place and it works fine. Could you please tell, what's the reason to use h3d file in student edition?
  2. Hyperview error - Hyperworks Student version

    Hi Rahul, I have sent you too files which give same error. I am currently using SE 14 and also tried with 2017, but they both give same error.
  3. Hi, I get an error while trying to open RADIOSS animation files from in hyperview. Graphics card is up to date, but I am not sure where the problem is.
  4. Hi, thank you all for your answers. I get an error while trying to open RADIOSS animation files from in hyperview. Graphics card is up to date, but I am not sure where the problem is.
  5. Hi All, I have installed Hyperworks 2017 student version recently and it seems the package does not include HyperView(rather I have hyperview player). Is it in general that this package does not include hyperview or is there anything that I have missed?
  6. Mirror an assembly

    Has anyone got the answer please?
  7. Mirror an assembly

    Hi Nguyen, I tried this already, but this does not work as I needed. The parent component is also visible along with the mirrored component.
  8. Mirror an assembly

    Hi,I am using option 'symmetry' in Hyperview to mirror an assembly. The problem is, the parent assembly is also available after mirroring. I tried to hide the parent, but child assembly is also hiding. Is there any other option to make a mirror and keep the mirrored assembly
  9. Elastif vs Stiffness in curve

    Hi, can anyone please tell what Elastif mean in property 35. It is written as Stiffness, but the stiffness will be calculated from the curve defined in the function. So how different this stiffness is from the other?
  10. animation results not in a sequence

    I am sorry George, I do not have Privilege to share the model. I have applied imposed velocity on the model. Is it something to do with element formulation for trias?
  11. animation results not in a sequence

    hi George, My version of Radioss does not support curve, so all inputs are in terms of parameters. Yeah I tried with the example as well, but there was no improvement
  12. animation results not in a sequence

    Hi George, checked with reducing the animation file writing frequency and it writes properly. Also, as you can see in the animation file, the fabric behavior is completely unreasonable as the elements have some distortion like a plastic part. Could you please suggest which parameter might be causing to behave in that way? I use law 58 for material and property 16.
  13. Reference vector

    Got it George! Thank you very much
  14. Reference vector

    Attached are the images, where axis 1 & 2 define the fiber direction 1 & 2 respectively and L is the loading direction. So I would assume these values case1: vx=1; vy=0; vz=0 ( or should it be vx=0; vy=1;vz=0) phii = 0; alphai =90 case2: vx=1; vy=1; vz=0 with phii=0 or is it something different? I am sorry if I am totally wrong, because I am a bit confused even though reading the manual.
  15. Reference vector

    Currently I am running with Vx=1; vy=0; vz=0. If the fiber axis are not loaded parallel to one of the fibers then local skew would help me, but i'm a bit curious with other conditions as vx=0 ; vy=1; vz=0 vx=1; vy=1;vz=0