A new tool has been added in the Ansys utility menu that automatically generates ANSYS surface-to-surface contact elements. A new capability for creating adhesive realization using seam connector building continuous hexa using lines as input has been implemented. The ability to apply translate, position, and reflect shapes to selected nodes has been added. The performance of solid geometry import for the CAD readers that import solid entities has been improved.
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Mezigrel A search for the property script now occurs in the directory from which the feconfig. Support for mesh under surface difference in order to morph from surface-to-mesh, mesh-to-surface, and mesh-to-mesh has been added. The tight algorithm has been improved to capture more features without the need to manually define features.
You may also drag existing morph volumes or use elements as a base. Major benefits of the block format are: A mid-side handle can be added to an edge by clicking on a particular position on the edge as well as deletion of mid-side handles.
Handles on morph volumes may be moved along, and extended beyond morph volume edges. Updates to Fix 2nd Order MidNodes utility. Within the tool, there are specific steps to help guide you through various operations such as organizing surfaces around holes, and fillet recognition and handling. New and improved Model Browser. HyperWorks Product Updates Improved solid geometry import performance.
The primary purpose of this functionality is to allow you to visually verify that model data is correctly entered instead of having to review the text details of the element and property card images to do the same. A new capability for creating adhesive realization using seam connector building continuous hexa using lines as input has been implemented. Blending through the mesh option has been added for section mapping, line difference, surface difference, and normal offset.
Once a pair is accepted, auto generated property and material cards are attached to the pair and this information is added in the Contact Manager table. If you would like to revert to the old behavior just tying to the top and bottom rings you can edit the hm. Handles may be scaled with respect to a node or with respect to the centroid of selected handles. OSSmooth has been updated to support two-layer auto-bead generation. Note that properties still attach to hypermezh components as in earlier releases.
You can now convert shapes to enforced displacements and vice-versa. Interactive solid map meshing. The boundary layer thickness of the resulting mesh is closer to the user-defined target than in previous releases. This tool lists all types of contact definitions present in the model. Shrink wrap meshing now includes hpermesh option to enable solid mesh generation. Graphics selection, pre-highlighting, and highlighting for the 3D graphical representations behave as their 1D counterpart representations.
Options also exist to specify the start point of the line and the type of line to create when the direction of curvature changes within the line. TetraMesh Process Manager Template. Adhesive support to connector property scripts has been added for: A new 3D graphical representation has been introduced for all displayed 1D elements. Sliver tetra element fix. Issues related to mass calculations in summary templates for BEAMS and composites have been corrected.
Solid bolt hole support. You can now map morph volume edge to line, surface, mesh, and equation map to geom. Post-processing of electromagnetic results in HyperView has been introduced. Altair HyperMesh is a high-performance finite element pre-processor that provides a highly interactive and visual environment to analyze product design performance. Options have been added for extended edges and depenetration for on elements type constraint. Show and reverse normal is also possible at any time.
Available Product Updates This provides better control of midsurface extraction for these types of connections. This is the default behavior. There is an additional parameter called minimum jacobian; this option essentially controls the proximity of the solid mesh to the original features while ensuring the solid mesh meets the pre-defined element quality.
The ability to apply translate, position, and reflect shapes to selected nodes has been added. Related Posts.
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