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Retriving ESE by Component -HyperStudy

Retriving ESE by Component -HyperStudy

Retriving ESE by Component -HyperStudy

Hi All;

I would like to kindly ask you how to extract ESE values component by component under hyperstudy..

The problem arises as i perform DOE study and since my desing changes so the element numbers,ID s etc.. i want to select elements "by component" and retrive their ESE values at each design iteration..

By default in hyperstudy selectin .h3d file

i can only request Strain Energies for starting Element ID and Final Element ID..

Lets say my first component has 1500 Element..

like get ESE from E1 to E1500..

In other iteration my first component!s dimension's change ( because of parametric desing) and it has 2500 Element..

get ESE from E1 to E2500

I wan to perform this request via hyper study and want to select elements by component..( whetever element number it has)...

I hope i am clear enough

Thanks for help..

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