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Old   November 6, 2010, 05:55
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Hi,

I've been working with Hypermesh for 1 week and need some help. I've got some problems with connecting the created meshes for the calculation. I have drawn and meshed the parts I needed and put the boundary conditions and forces on different elements. When I simulated the results in hyperview the part with the force is gone and the other parts have no displacement so I think they arent connected. The meched surfaces don't touch each other but the thickness of the meched surfaces should exactely touch.
Which commands do I have to use for connecting the parts.

Many thanks.
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Old   November 7, 2010, 04:27
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Are you talking about OpenFOAM computation with mesh made by Hypermesh?
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