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Project Applications / Re: Collaborative Working Environment
« Last post by James on August 16, 2017, 11:30:45 AM »
At this time the parallel project runner is not linked up to HyperFEA. You should be able to write a VBA script to submit the part projects to FEA in series.

-James
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Project Applications / Re: Collaborative Working Environment
« Last post by garyjh on August 16, 2017, 11:17:29 AM »
James,

thanks for the reply. Will try this.

Can it be used with HyperFEA?

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Panel Buckling / Re: Panel Buckling (+) Load
« Last post by Todd Anderson on August 08, 2017, 10:03:04 AM »
Thank you James... ah!  I dropped the minus sign so had the loads reversed!  Thanks for the pointer to that page... somehow I overlooked it.  Best, Todd
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Project Applications / Re: Collaborative Working Environment
« Last post by James on August 08, 2017, 10:00:20 AM »
We have a new capability to automatically split the large GFEM into smaller part projects to be shared by multiple engineers.

See: https://hypersizer.com/help_7.3/#Projects/Run in Parallel.php?

I hope this is helpful.

-James
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Software Installation / Re: Error Message
« Last post by James on August 08, 2017, 09:58:26 AM »
This requires a registry update to resolve this error. This is not ideal but it is a temporary work around for those that have admin privileges to their machine.

Update the following registry keys to point to your working folder on the C drive.
 
How to change the registry keys..
 - Start > search “regedit” > launch regedit.exe
 - Navigate to > HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Wow6432Node\Collier Research Corporation\HyperSizer
 - Change the “ReferenceFolder” key to the working folder path on your C drive
 - Navigate to > HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\VB and VBA Program Settings\HyperSizer\Project
      -      Change the “WorkingFolder” key to the working folder path on your C drive
 



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Panel Buckling / Re: Panel Buckling (+) Load
« Last post by James on August 08, 2017, 09:49:50 AM »
Hi Todd,

There is a help topic that explains the margin of safety codes.
See: https://hypersizer.com/help_7.3/#ReportMS/report-ms-ms_codes.php?

I hope this is helpful.

-James
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Panel Buckling / Panel Buckling (+) Load
« Last post by Todd Anderson on August 08, 2017, 09:39:49 AM »
Hi,
Forgive the likely simple question but am just learning and I have just not been able to locate the answer in documentation.   For Panel Buckling failure analysis, the ultimate MS is reported as "(+) load".  What does that mean?  For the limited number of studies I have done so far I always get a numeric MS or at least "very high".   Any pointers are appreciated!  Thanks, Todd
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Software Installation / Error Message
« Last post by martinjb on July 27, 2017, 12:07:05 PM »
Hello,

I have installed Hypersizer 7.2.22 on several machines in the office and we have been using it to size structures.  When I installed the software onto my machine and try and run a project that has previously worked on a colleague’s machine I get an error message saying - 

LDR file does not exist. C:\HyperSizer Data\Projects\Temp\******\TEMP\*********.LDR

One I click Ok it comes up with another error message saying

Failed to pre-process FEA loads.

I have replaced my project name from the title and replaced it with *

I have recently had my machine rebuilt to try and fix the problem but it did not cure it.
I have tried to reinstall the software on numerous occasions; at different locations on the machine i.e. the C and D drives but this didn't sort the problem either.   

I have read/write access to the location on the C: Drive.

Is there anything that you could suggest maybe wrong with my machine, profile or installation?

Thank you

Martin   
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Scripting / Options when generating reports using VBA
« Last post by manurico on July 11, 2017, 10:17:13 PM »
Hi,
By using the VBA object method:

"GenerateDetailAnalysisReport(OutputFileName As String, displayReport As Boolean)"

I managed to create an excel report for the whole project using VBA. I am however interested in creating individual excel report files for each (or a particular) assembly in my project. Is there any object/method that allows me to do that?
Thanks
Manuel
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Scripting / Re: Setting fastener diameter with python
« Last post by August on July 05, 2017, 10:16:34 AM »
Hi Gertjan,

I looked into your issue and there appears to be a bug that is preventing the API from updating fields in the bolted joint form. We will work on resolving this issue.

-August
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