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Old   January 15, 2015, 11:23
Default Scripting suppression of Features in DesignModeler
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I'm trying to script the suppression/unsuppression of features (not bodies) in DesignModeler using agFeatureHandler. I have found how to do this for bodies, but I now need to apply it to features (i.e. Skin; BodyOp; etc...).

I've tried using the following to select and then suppress a feature, but this approach only seems to work on bodies

var myFeature = ag.agApplet.FeatureMgr.feature(i);
myFeature.setSuppression(true);

Any ideas would be appreciated...

Thanks

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Hi Maw,

You may search "ag.m." in your installed Ansys directory and you will find lot many files.
Under "agEventHandler.js" file you will find something called
Code:
function agTreeHandler (eventName, eventID)
It gives cases to suppress and Unsuppress features.
I reckon you can get some help from there.


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Old   March 5, 2015, 12:22
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Hi Mark,

Could you please provide some help?
I am new in DM scripting. I have managed to create the five surfaces describing my simple 2D model, but before my script is finalised I need to implement two more steps.
a) Suppress a line body
b) Form a new part from the five surfaces (all existing parts).

From your comment it seems you are familiar with a). If you could help with either of those I would appreciate it.

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MY WORKING JOURNAL

var LargestArray = 102; //Manually insert a value larger than the size of the largest curve

var PF1 = agb.FPoint(agc.FPointConstruction, agc.FPointCoordinateFile);
PF1.CoordinateFile = "/home/ttaas/Shared_Documents/Rolls-Royce_Concept-1/Diff-HX-Exit/2D-OPTIMISATION/Excel-Exports-for-ANSYS-Workbench/2D-DESIGN-OPTIMISATION-TOOL.txt";
agb.Regen();




//===============================
// Curves
//===============================
var LF1 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF1.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(1, i), PF1.GetPoint(1, i+1), 1); } agb.Regen(); LF1.Name = "BezierCurveA";
var LF2 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF2.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(2, i), PF1.GetPoint(2, i+1), 2); } agb.Regen(); LF2.Name = "BezierCurveB";
var LF3 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF3.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(3, i), PF1.GetPoint(3, i+1), 3); } agb.Regen(); LF3.Name = "BezierCurveC";
var LF4 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF4.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(4, i), PF1.GetPoint(4, i+1), 4); } agb.Regen(); LF4.Name = "BezierCurveD";
var LF5 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF5.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(5, i), PF1.GetPoint(5, i+1), 5); } agb.Regen(); LF5.Name = "InletDown";
var LF6 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF6.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(6, i), PF1.GetPoint(6, i+1), 6); } agb.Regen(); LF6.Name = "LowerDuct";
var LF7 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF7.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(7, i), PF1.GetPoint(7, i+1), 7); } agb.Regen(); LF7.Name = "UpperDuct";
var LF8 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF8.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(8, i), PF1.GetPoint(8, i+1), 8); } agb.Regen(); LF8.Name = "hx1In";
var LF9 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF9.AddSegment (PF1.GetPoint(9, i), PF1.GetPoint(9, i+1), 9); } agb.Regen(); LF9.Name = "hx1Out";
var LF10 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF10.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(10, i), PF1.GetPoint(10, i+1),10); } agb.Regen(); LF10.Name = "hx2In";
var LF11 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF11.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(11, i), PF1.GetPoint(11, i+1),11); } agb.Regen(); LF11.Name = "hx2Out";
var LF12 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF12.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(12, i), PF1.GetPoint(12, i+1),12); } agb.Regen(); LF12.Name = "hx1Up";
var LF13 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF13.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(13, i), PF1.GetPoint(13, i+1),13); } agb.Regen(); LF13.Name = "hx1Down";
var LF14 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF14.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(14, i), PF1.GetPoint(14, i+1),14); } agb.Regen(); LF14.Name = "hx2Up";
var LF15 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF15.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(15, i), PF1.GetPoint(15, i+1),15); } agb.Regen(); LF15.Name = "hx2Down";
var LF16 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF16.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(16, i), PF1.GetPoint(16, i+1),16); } agb.Regen();
var LF17 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF17.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(17, i), PF1.GetPoint(17, i+1),17); } agb.Regen(); LF17.Name = "ExitDown";
var LF18 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF18.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(18, i), PF1.GetPoint(18, i+1),18); } agb.Regen(); LF18.Name = "ExitVain1Down";
var LF19 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF19.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(19, i), PF1.GetPoint(19, i+1),19); } agb.Regen(); LF19.Name = "ExitVain1Up";
var LF20 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF20.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(20, i), PF1.GetPoint(20, i+1),20); } agb.Regen();
var LF21 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF21.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(21, i), PF1.GetPoint(21, i+1),21); } agb.Regen(); LF21.Name = "ExitVain2Up";
var LF22 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF22.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(22, i), PF1.GetPoint(22, i+1),22); } agb.Regen(); LF22.Name = "ExitUp";
var LF23 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF23.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(23, i), PF1.GetPoint(23, i+1),23); } agb.Regen(); LF23.Name = "ExitOut";
var LF24 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF24.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(24, i), PF1.GetPoint(24, i+1),24); } agb.Regen();
var LF25 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF25.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(25, i), PF1.GetPoint(25, i+1),25); } agb.Regen();
var LF26 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF26.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(26, i), PF1.GetPoint(26, i+1),26); } agb.Regen(); LF26.Name = "InletUp";
var LF27 = agb.LinePt(); for ( var i=0; i<LargestArray; i++) {LF27.AddSegment(PF1.GetPoint(27, i), PF1.GetPoint(27, i+1),27); } agb.Regen(); LF27.Name = "InletChord";

agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF1.GetEdge(1); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF2.GetEdge(2); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF3.GetEdge(3); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF4.GetEdge(4); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF5.GetEdge(5); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF6.GetEdge(6); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF7.GetEdge(7); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF8.GetEdge(8); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF9.GetEdge(9); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF10.GetEdge(10); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF11.GetEdge(11); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF12.GetEdge(12); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF13.GetEdge(13); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF14.GetEdge(14); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF15.GetEdge(15); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF16.GetEdge(16); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF17.GetEdge(17); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF18.GetEdge(18); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF19.GetEdge(19); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF20.GetEdge(20); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF21.GetEdge(21); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF22.GetEdge(22); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF23.GetEdge(23); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF24.GetEdge(24); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF25.GetEdge(25); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF26.GetEdge(26); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);
agb.ClearSelections(); edge = LF27.GetEdge(27); agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, edge);




agb.AddSelectEdgeID(1); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(6); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(5); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(27); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(2); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(10);
var Surf1 = agb.SurfFromLines();
agb.Regen();

agb.AddSelectEdgeID(3); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(27); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(26); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(7); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(4); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(8);
var Surf2 = agb.SurfFromLines();
agb.Regen();

agb.AddSelectEdgeID(13); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(8); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(12); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(9);
var Surf3 = agb.SurfFromLines();
agb.Regen();

agb.AddSelectEdgeID(15); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(10); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(14); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(11);
var Surf4 = agb.SurfFromLines();
agb.Regen();

agb.AddSelectEdgeID(17); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(21); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(11); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(18); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(19); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(9); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(22); agb.AddSelectEdgeID(23);
var Surf5 = agb.SurfFromLines();
agb.Regen();
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Hi Gafalos,

As I mentioned in my previous post, did you try to find "agEventHandler.js" and find the function to suppress or just came to ask the answer to your solution?
I suggest you go there and spend 5 minutes of your time to understand the codesand if you are still not sure then ask question.

You can make part of existing bodies
Code:
var Prt1 = agb.FormNewPartFromAllBodies();
and name the part as you desire

Code:
Prt1.Name ="Part1";

Hope it helps

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Old   March 6, 2015, 04:46
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Hi again,
This is just an update, as I have managed to merge all the bodies in one part.
Just added the following lines at the end of my code:

var Surf6 = agb.FormNewPartFromAllBodies();
agb.Regen();

Still haven't found a way to suppress a body though.
Anyone that can help?

Thank you in advance,
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Old   March 6, 2015, 04:47
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Thank you Kapi,

Just saw your reply
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Hi KAPI,

First of all thank you very much for your indication of where to look. That really helps me clarify a little bit how things work.
I have now had a look at the agEventHandler.js and the details of:
function agTreeHandler (eventName, eventID).

From this I expect that the command "agb.agTreeHandler (Part1, 702);" would suppress Part1, but it gives me an error.

I would appreciate it if you could help me a little bit more on how to use this command.

thank you in advance,
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Hi gafalos,

What error are you getting?

I have never used this function before but I guess You have to select "Part1" first then you may use something like this
Taking your EventID as 702
Code:
        // Perform the suppression
        if (ag.currentFeature)
          ag.gui.FeatureSuppression (eventID - 700);
        else if (ag.currentBodyGroup)
        {
          ag.currentBodyGroup.BodyGroupSuppression (eventID - 700);
          ag.gb.Redraw(ag.c.RedrawAll);
        }
then regenrate.

Try and this and let me know what you get!

Hope it helps
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Old   March 24, 2015, 03:29
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Hi.

I have never used scripting in DesignModeler but it could make me work a lot faster. I was wondering if it is possible to create 3D curves from coordinate files (i.e. I need to make a journal similer to the one gafalos posted above, but connect the points with curves)?

I have managed to create lines between my coordinates but I need to have smooth curves.

EDIT
This seems to work:
var NL1 = ag.gui.CreateCurve();
NL1.Name = "FileName";
NL1.CoordinateFile = "FilePath";
agb.Regen();

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I figured out how I can import the curve, but now I have to connect the ends of two curves with a line. Any ideas how to do that?

I have a problem as I am trying to script a skin feature between the curves. Does anyone know how to select 3D curves with the script? I guess I can use this command to create the feature: agb.Skin(agc.Add, agc.No, 0.0, 0.0), but I haven't figured out how to select the profiles.

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Old   March 29, 2015, 20:12
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Hi SG,

to create line joining your curve, you need coordinates.
something like this will make line then curve and make a rectangle with curved edges.

Code:
p.Ln1= Line(0.377565,0.07422,0.461705,0.07422);
p.Cr3= ArcCtrEdge(0.460705,0.07622,0.461705,0.07422,0.462705,0.07522);
p.Ln5= Line(0.462705,0.07522,0.462705,0.08442);
p.Cr7= ArcCtrEdge(0.460705,0.08342,0.462705,0.08442,0.461705,0.08542);
p.Ln9= Line(0.461705,0.08542,0.377565,0.08542);
p.Cr11= ArcCtrEdge(0.378565,0.08342,0.377565,0.08542,0.376565,0.08442);
p.Ln13= Line(0.376565,0.08442,0.376565,0.07522);
p.Cr15= ArcCtrEdge(0.378565,0.07622,0.376565,0.07522,0.377565,0.07422);
To select your 3D curve you need to do named selection and call it by using below code.

Code:
SM.ForceSelect();

Hope it helps,

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Hi gafalos,

What error are you getting?
I have several Line Bodies and one Solid. I only want to have the single solid and the Line Body's should be susspressed.
I also tried this code here:

Code:
    for (var i = 0; i < ag.fm.BodyCount-1; i++)
    {
        agb.agTreeHandler (Line_Body_PartID:(i), 701)
    }
    agb.Regen();
and it came up with this error:

Quote:
Line: 3231
Char: 37
Error: ')' expected
Code: 800a03ee
Source: compilation failure in Microsoft JScript
Script: agb.agTreeHandler(Line_Body_PartID: (i),701)
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Hi Max,

Quote:
Line_Body_PartID: (i)
that looks out of place for me. I dont think you will be able to provide PartID like that. I suggest you to provide named selection instead of a variable.

Hope it helps

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that looks out of place for me.
I renamed my Line Bodies to Line_Body_PartIDi) ("i" is the counter in my for-loop) with this code in a for-loop before:

Code:
        var f1=ag.fm.body(i);
        f1.Name = "Line_Body_PartID: "+f1.PartID
My Line Bodies have this name in my "tree".

But I will try a named selection as well!

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Hi User,

what I meant was
Quote:
(i)
could be issue, because sometimes the functions dont take variables in that form, "()" and "i" both are creating problem here I suppose.


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Hi User,
I created a group of 3Dcurve with command

var NL1 = ag.gui.CreateCurve();
NL1.Name = "Curve1";
NL1.CoordinateFile = "..."

now I want to use this curve to created a skin.
how can I select the curve?
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Hi Mizor,

You can create skin by this code which you can change according to your use.
Code:
var Skin1 = agb.Skin(agc.Add, agc.No, 0.0, 0.0);
Skin1.Name = "Point2OvalSkin"
Skin1.AddBaseObject(ps1.Sk1);
Skin1.AddBaseObject(ps2.Sk2);
Skin1.AddBaseObject(ps3.Sk3);
Skin1.AddBaseObject(ps4.Sk4);
agb.Regen();
Where,
ps1, ps2..: Planes of sketch
Example:
Code:
var XYPlane = agb.GetXYPlane();
agb.SetActivePlane (XYPlane);
var ps1 = plane1SketchesOnly (new Object());
Sk1, Sk2..: Different sketches on the plane
Example:
Code:
p.Sk1 = p.Plane.newSketch();
p.Sk1.Name = "Sketch1";
Hope it helps

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Hi Kapi,
Thanks for you reply, but I have curves that develop in 3D.
I tried to use

SM.ForceSelect(NL1) \\ NL1 name of curve

but I have problem with SM (ERROR SM is undefined)

my code is this
var NL1 = ag.gui.CreateCurve();
NL1.Name = "Curve1";
NL1.CoordinateFile = "....";

var NL2 = ag.gui.CreateCurve();
NL2.Name = "Curve2";
NL2.CoordinateFile = "...";

ag.b.Regen();

var SK1 = agb.Skin(agc.Add, agc.No, 0.0, 0.0)
SK1.Name = "Skin_carena";
SM.ForceSelect(NL1);
SM.ForceSelect(NL2);
ag.b.Regen();

i tried to use also
agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, NL1);
agb.AddSelect(agc.TypeEdge3d, NL2);
but DesignModeler doesn't create the Skin because the curves are not selected.

sorry, I'm a newcomer to this program.

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I am not sure mate,
I will have a look soon and get back at ya!

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Hi Kapi,

thanks, but i solved the problem changing 3D curve in spline generated with sketch as you suggested and I created the Skin.

You know the script command to merge two bodies?
I should merge original geometry with Skin.

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