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Batch mode between Matlab and Hypermesh

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Adeline War
Adeline War am 9 Mär. 2022
Beantwortet: Dinesh am 29 Dez. 2023
Please tell me a step-wise process of how to create batch mode between Matlab and Hypermesh. If possible with codes in it?
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Adeline War
Adeline War am 8 Apr. 2022
Hi Eric, what if my solver is optistruct. Can I use the same line?
Adeline War
Adeline War am 11 Apr. 2022
@Eric Trudel By script, do you mean the command.tcl file generated after creation of model?

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Dinesh
Dinesh am 29 Dez. 2023
Hi Adeline,
To create a batch mode interaction between MATLAB and HyperMesh, you can use MATLAB's system commands to call Hypermesh scripts. Start by writing a HyperMesh script (.tcl or .hm script) for the operations you need. Then, from MATLAB, use the "system" command to execute HyperMesh with the script as an argument. Ensure that both MATLAB and HyperMesh are properly installed and configured to run from the command line.
The following is the command that you can use in your MATLAB command line:
system('hypermesh -tcl yourscript.tcl')
The following is an example of a tcl script that you would write:
# Start Hypermesh in batch
# Load a model file
*openmodel "path/to/your/model.hm"
# Execute any operations of your choice here
# Save model here
*feoutput "OptiStruct" "path/to/your/output/file.fem" 0 0 1 1

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