Some times we may need to merge two nodes and the resultant node should form at the center of merged nodes.
is it possible to have a check box and if it is checked the resultant node will be at the center of merged nodes
M P Pradeep Kumar
When opening a project, all folders in the task pane expand fully by default. In a project with a lot of studies, this can be a bit of a nuisance. I usually have to collapse almost all the folder to get the most recent info visible within the window. If the folders could reopen in the state (collapsed/expanded) in which they were when the project was closed, that would be ideal. At the very least, making the default have a project open with all folder collapsed would be an improvement.
Hello all together,
to speed up the simulation, hybrid meshes would be advantageous.
For example Sigmasoft takes voxal meshes and this mesh is more tolerat of CAD problems. The calculation time for a compled Mould is very fast.
To decrease the preparation time and computation time hybrid meshes can help.
It would be possible to simulat very large models in 3D.
moldflow should be able to estimate the time for analysis.
when ever, we are launch an analysis, moldflow should be able to pop up tentative time to complete the analysis.
it should be based RAM/ memory / processor availble/solver settings and number of nodes/elements
need of compatibility with older Material data base (*.UDB) file.
With recent release, we are facing problem with using available Material data base (*.UDB) file, which are not compatible with latest release.
Or else, we need to request raw material supplier to create updated UDB to support latest release.
Due to compatibility, many times projects are getting delayed.
In Options of synergy, default display tab.
There must be a option to 'set visibility/hide' to Triangle, node, tetra elements, surface & curves.
with existing options like solid, solid+elements, transparent, transparent+element & shrunken.
So that we can switch of the visibility to unwanted enities, when study is ready to run analysis