Is it possible to import a model already meshed in hypermesh into Simulation premium ? Of course i mean if the MESH has been done with tetrahedral element. thanks
I don't think it is possible to import mesh from hypermesh to soldworks simulation for analysis, Why don't you directly mesh in solid works itself and conduct analysis since it is tet mesh you can easily mesh in solidworks
Gianmichele Bertini wrote: Is it possible to import a model already meshed in hypermesh into Simulation premium ? Of course i mean if the MESH has been done with tetrahedral element. thanks
Gianmichele Bertini wrote:
Thank yo Prabhakar!
Yes I can easily mesh in SW, but as you probably know that when it comes of complex surface or solids, hypermesh allows a lot of more controls on mesh in order to have a very high quality meshing.
Anyway, I will try to do it in Solidworks.
solidworks does not support orphan mesh, if you have simulation premium you could theoretically import into geostart/cosmosm. but I believe going with solidworks direct will be just as efficient. I would be interested to know what features you can't find in solidworks meshing that you can in hypermesh.
Thank you Jared.
I will try as you suggested.
Regarding your questions about Hypermesh features I can say that I used hypermesh some years ago and just looked the new releases and I would say that when it comes of mesh building it is one of the best in that class.
If I have to list the differences, first of all I would say that sw does not allow the hexahedral mesh that in many cases allows to have a very light model; but it is only one of a long list.
However, speaking from a general point of view, this does not mean that I prefer it in respect to Solidworks; for this is the reason because in my company we just bought two licences (one for simulation premium and one for flow simulation) and we are happy to have these.
I really believe in Solidworks package and I really like how it works (fast and user friendly). Now that we have bought in the company I'll have the possibility to test it in deep and I'll come back in the forun with questions/issues to solve.
what makes it best in class? what specific features does it have.
having hex is something simulation doesn't have but again, tets are accurate and computers have grown to the point where a few extra elements aren't a big deal
Most likely you are right, but I'm new user in solidworks simulation premium thus let me use more and more in deep the sofware so I'll be able to cover your question (or maybe not :-))
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