2024

Manage CAD, FE, and 2D parametric sketch geometry.

Create, edit, and cleanup geometry.

Explore the tools used to create geometry.

Create and edit circles and rectangles with the Shapes tool.

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Learn the basics and discover the workspace.

Discover HyperMesh CFD functionality with interactive tutorials and community resources.

Solution-centric workflows allow you to traverse through modeling environments using a dedicated UI layer.

Create, open, import, and save models.

Use the Convert tool to convert entire models between data types.

Create and edit 2D parametric sketch geometry.

Review geometric errors in the model's surfaces and solids and fix any defects.

Learn about creating, editing, and extracting points and nodes.

A line represents a curve in space and is not attached to any surface or solid. A line is a one-dimensional geometric entity.

Use the Midlines tool to create midlines from existing lines, surface edges, or tube solids.

Use the Circles tool to create circles for geometry construction, edit free circles, and create/toggle filled circles, for example, disk surfaces.

Use the Rectangles tool to create rectangles for geometry construction, edit free rectangles, and create/toggle filled rectangles.

A surface represents the geometry associated with a physical part. A surface is a two-dimensional geometric entity that may be used in automatic mesh generation.

Solids are closed volume of surfaces that can take any shape. Solids are three-dimensional entities that can be used in automatic tetra and solid meshing.

Use the Revolve tool to create axisymmetric revolved regions around select solid bodies. This is useful for creating regions around rotating bodies like fans, impellers, wheels, and so on.

Use the Midsurfaces tool to extract the midsurface of sheet metal stampings, molded plastic parts with ribs, and other parts that have thickness clearly smaller than width and length.

Extrude surfaces, nodes, or lines along their normal direction, a vector, or another line.

Use the Ruled tools to create surfaces/solids by interpolating lines and surfaces either linearly or smoothly.

Explore the tools used to edit geometry.

Clean up problematic areas on geometry.

Use the Simplify Region tool to create simple shapes around selected geometry.

Work with discrete geometry like FE Geometry and floating elements.

Create, organize and manage parts and subsystems.

Generate surface/volume mesh by defining mesh controls, or interactively create and edit 2D surface mesh.

Prepare your model and run the simulation.

Post-process the simulation results by creating visualizations and measurements.

Automate simulation processes with templates and utility scripts.

Once the baseline model is prepared, you can define morph volumes, morph geometry, create design shapes and run DOE studies. These tool work for both AcuSolve and ultraFluidX-based workflows.

More resources for AcuSolve and ultraFluidX solvers.

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