Let’s say one creates a response from a random analysis (using the NX Response Simulation Module).
Could anyone suggest a way of adding frequencies of the normal modes as “marker”? I created an example in excel, see attached.
I do not believe there is such capability in NX so thinking about coding something
If one was to create a programme to execute such task, the work flow could be;
For graph plotted/displayed (in CAE.Xyplot) or maybe ask use to select an existig record
Select a response simulation
---by knowing which one to use one can get/access the normal modes I think
For each nmode frequency (In the freq. range defined)
Find the nearest f value in the select record data (X)
Get the Y value
Add to an output array (f nmode, yvalue)
With the output array create a record
One then display both records and change curve setting to 'No line'. I am sure a template can also be set up
This could be rather involving?
Can anyone thing of possible issues if one was to undertake such coding task?
Solved! Go to Solution.
and attached is a example entirely done in NX
I don't know of an existing capability to do this, but it should all be very straightforward via NX Open.
You can access the modes using the CAE.ResponseSimulation.ModalProperties class. AFU records can be created/queried via the CAE.AfuManager class.