So what do I do when clipboard stops working?
Luckily fixing the issue is pretty straightforward and involves a few simple steps.
- Load up task manager (right click taskbar and select Task Manager)
- Go to the Processes Tab
- Select rdpclip.exe
- Click End Process
- Go to the Application Tab
- Click New Process
- Type rdpclip
- Click Ok
There, copy and paste should now work normally again.
ABAQUS PDE is capable of debugging local python files. Why bother using other Python IDE?
Click on the Color Code Display icon.
Q1: Is it ok to use MPC-beam/tie to replace rigid body constraints?
A1: Yes. The results are the same.
Q2: Is it ok to use MPC to replace *tie (surface)?
A2: MPC-tie is fine. The result is almost same except a bit more computation time – more increments.
MPC-beam can run but the results are strange. It is not ok.
Q3: Is it ok to use MPC to replace tie and rigid body at the same time.
A3: Yes. No problem.
Q4: Is it ok to add MPC to constraint half of the footing (anchor) Part? So we can extract the reaction force on that half part?
A4: Can not use MPC, over constraints.
Can use coupling but (1) reference point as control point, odb has not output for reference point (in fact RP without used in constraints/boundary will not be counted in the odb).
(2) reference point as being controlled point, odb has output but reaction force is 0.
Q5: Can we move the whole anchor without rigid body constraint? at the time we add MPC Coupling to constrain part of anchor such that we get reaction force:
A5: MPC can calculate but can not give reaction force.
Coupling use reference point as control point gives error.
Coupling use reference point as being controlled point can compute but not reaction force.
What happened to ABAQUS? The ABAQUS 6.14-1 does not allow file name to have “=”. Otherwise strange error message.
ABAQUS is deviating to too much commercial and marketing. Dont lose the academic ABAQUS.
If not able to fill, try:
rightclick on the shape –> select Show ShapeSheet –> Geometry1.NoFill change into FALSE