Jaideep

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  1. Optistruct is an engine running in the back for Inspire. You can find various papers etc on Optistruct on the internet. This is a commercial software, for business reasons, core code is not available.
  2. Sandeep, Inspire uses combination of HyperMesh and Simlab for meshing, both are the best meshing tools.
  3. Hello, Your setup looks good and work for analysis as well as optimization. Check below images. Which version of Inspire you are using? Make sure you have read/access to documents folder (default run directory). Send me a message with your contact details, we can chat over a webmeeting.
  4. CJD, Agree with you. We are adding more detailed error message, pinpointing to the problem area. Also please check out online self-paced training material here:http://solidthinking.com/training/2017/inspire/introduction.htm this will help you get started and also to avoid common mistakes. feel free to contact us anytime. Meanwhile, i will let development team know your comments.
  5. Yosef, can you please elaborate on your above point? Inspire can optimize for max stiffness, min mass, but for now you can't fix the CG and then optimize for that location.
  6. Hello Jamie, Check your graphics drivers, make sure all are updated to the latest version. Also, change graphics card setting such that it will use NVIDIA card for Inspire. Let me know if this helps. Jaideep
  7. This optimized lattice structure is solved and created using Optistruct, a powerful solver that is also an engine for Inspire. For now, Inspire don't have this feature enabled and one will use Optistruct to create this structure. Checkout http://www.altairhyperworks.com/.
  8. Advanced users can take h3d file from run data to HyperView to view intermediate results from the optimization process. For now this feature is not available within Inspire, but will definitely is in future enhancement list.
  9. Markus, i downloaded your files, running few tests, will send you update asap. BTW, I would encourage not modeling hydraulic cylinders, instead use forces to represent hydraulic cylinder. regards, Jaideep
  10. It usually happens when you perform the bridge between two faces which are obtuse, So the faces get pulled resulting in a twisted geometry. This results in self intersecting case. Try removing a cage or two using Shift + Select in +/- mode. Then add section/bridge. Also try aligning faces before bridging,
  11. Hello Nick, Analysis, Optimization etc are controlled by license you may have requested. It seems like you have license only for Optimization. In any case, please email / message me your contact details and I will get you license for Analysis as well.
  12. Part should not disappear if moved into new assembly/sub-assembly. There are couple of possibilities: 1. Moved part may be inside the other part, try selecting this part from model browser>select 'I" to isolate this part from the rest. 2. Part may have different origin which is far away from model's origin and when moved into an assembly, it moves far away from the model. Select 'f' to fit the assembly. Lastly please send me the model and I will try to find out solution.
  13. You can move force away from a part and then create 'connectors' to assign it to multiple surfaces. As long as you distinctive surfaces to select, you can assign force on those surfaces. Feel free to contact me directly or write to support@solidthinking.com.
  14. Simon, You can delete those files.
  15. Andre For now its not possible to reverse the direction of scroll wheel zoom. I will send your request to our development team.