You can export data in different formats and import the files into other software.
|Output format (extension)||Entities exported||Purpose for export||Available for...|
|Moldflow Results file (*.mfr)||Selected study results6||Share results using Autodesk Simulation Moldflow Communicator|
Permitted NURBS curves
|IGES entity no.||Description|
|126||Rational B-Spline Curve|
|128||Rational B-Spline Surface|
|142||Curve on a Parametric Surface|
You can export data in different formats and import the files to other software.
Selected items or the entire project can be exported to various file formats.
Fill+Pack and Fiber results for Midplane models can be exported to a partial Abaqus input file for further structural (usually Stress) analysis.
The interface to ANSYS enables you to export the mesh and key material and analysis data for further stress analyses in ANSYS.
The LS-DYNA Interface enables you to export Midplane mesh models and some key material properties to LS-DYNA input files so that various analyses can be done with LS-DYNA.
There are two parts to exporting Fill+Pack, Fiber and Warp results to PATRAN. The first is running the mpi2pat.vbs macro to create the necessary files; the second is locating the files and using them in PATRAN. The interface will convert any Midplane or 3D model to a PATRAN command database file.
There are two parts to exporting Fill+Pack, Fiber and Warp results from to NASTRAN. The first is running the mpi2nas.vbs macro to create the necessary files; the second is locating the files and using them in NASTRAN. The interface will convert any Midplane or 3D model to a NASTRAN command database file.
You can publish the model and analysis result data from the active study to an Altair Hyper3D (*.h3d) file. This format is directly supported by Altair Engineering visualization products.
Code V is an optical analysis program from Optical Research Associates, which can simulate the appearance of an image seen through a lens.