Phase 3: Run Residual Job

Delete the Superelement

Since the matrices for the superelement part are replaced by DMIG, delete the Bulk Data Entries for the nodes and elements, plus all loads and boundary conditions in the superelement.

  1. From the menu bar, select File > Open > HyperMesh Model.
  2. Navigate to and select you saved at the end of the step: Create a Set for Boundary Nodes.
  3. Refer to Delete Residual Set Element to delete all elements associated with the superelement.
  4. Select the Residual element and click Hide.
  5. Open the Delete panel.
  6. Select elems.
  7. Select using displayed.
  8. Click delete entity.
  9. Delete other entities associated with the superelement such as sets, contact surfaces, and so on.
  10. From the menu bar, click Validate.
  11. On the ribbon, select Cleanup to find unused/empty entities that should be deleted.

    Figure 1. Residual Set Elements

Create the DMIG Output Request

All the matrices in the .h3d file are used in the analysis by default.

  1. On the Analyze ribbon, under the Analyze tool group, select Run > Control Cards.
    The panel area opens.
  2. On the panel, select ASSIGN.
  3. For Type, select H3DDMIG.
  4. For matrixname(1), enter DMIG.
  5. Point to airframe_section_SUPERELEMENT_CMS.h3d.
    Matrices stored in .h3d file are named on retrieval.

Submit the Residual Job

The superelement created by the generation run is utilized in the residual run. The reduced mass, stiffness, and damping matrices, depending on the type of run, are included with the residual structure. The results are obtained at the requested residual structure grids, elements, other attributes, and at the interface points.

  1. From the menu bar, select Analyze.
  2. On the Analyze ribbon, under the Analyze tool group, select Run OptiStruct Solver .
    The panel area opens.
  3. Click Save as.
  4. For File name, enter airframe_section_RESIDUAL.CMS.fem.
    The .fem extension is necessary to recognize this as an input file.
  5. Click Save.
  6. Set export options: to all.
  7. Set run options: to analysis.
  8. Set memory options: to memory default.
  9. Click OptiStruct to launch the job.
    If the job is successful, new results files appear in the directory where HyperWorks was invoked. The airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.out file is a good place to look for error messages to help debug the input deck if any errors are present.
    The default files written to the directory are:
    Table 1. Default Output Files
    File Name Description
    airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.html HTML report of the analysis giving a summary of the problem formulation and the results.
    airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.out ASCII based output file of the model check run before the simulation begins and gives nonlinear iteration history as well as basic information on the results of the run.
    airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.h3d HyperView binary results file.
    airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.stat Summary of the analysis process, providing CPU information for each step during the analysis process.

View Results

After the analysis:
  • Compare the Frequency and Eigenvalue of the residual and baseline models
  • Plot the Eigen mode (mag) contours in HyperWorks.
  1. Open the .out files for both the residual and baseline models (airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.out and airframe_section_BASELINE_CMS.out).
  2. Observe the match between Frequency and Eigenvalue of both models.

    Figure 2. Comparison of Frequency and Corresponding Eigenvalue Results of Both Models
  3. In HyperWorks, split the results window.

    Figure 3.
  4. Load results in the right section of the window.
    1. On the Post ribbon, select Results.

      Figure 4.
    2. Load the airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.h3d model file.
    3. In the Results Browser, right-click on Mode 10 - F = 2.679602E+01 and select Make Current from the context menu.
    4. On the Post ribbon, select Contour.

      Figure 5.
    5. In the Contour window, for Name enter EigenMode.
    6. For Data Type, select Eigen Mode from the drop-down list.
    7. For Entity IDs, select all components.
    8. Click the .
  5. Load results in the left section of the window.
    By default, this section is for HyperView.
    1. On the menu bar, select File > Import > Model.
    2. Import the baseline model and airframe_section_RESIDUAL_CMS.h3d.
    3. In the Results Browser, select Subcase 1 (NormalModes) at Mode 10.
    4. From the Results menu, click Contour and select Eigen Mode (mag).
    5. Click Apply.
      The result shows good match between the full model run and the reduced run.

      Figure 6. Eigen Mode (mag) Plots for Baseline and Reduced CMS Models