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New Features in VisPER Version 18

VisPER (Visual PERMAS) is a dedicated tool to improve pre- and post-processing for PERMAS. VisPER Version 18 has now the same version id as PERMAS. It is released together with PERMAS.

  • The postprocessing-performance has been significantly improved. See picture on the right.
  • The GUI for Results&Data is now based on a table with checkboxes and is easy to use also for non-VisPER experts.
  • A new camera model with non-clipping zoom allows for any level of detail (especially contact models).
  • Multiple synchronized or independent viewer allow flexible insights for model checking and postprocessing.

Multiple Viewers.
Model completion
  • MPC definitions may, as part of the constraint variant, be modified or exchanged by contact conditions.
  • Functions are available to define distributed loads (also at nodes/surfaces). The function evaluation may be verified using the Results&Data dialog.
  • A new measurements dialog offers verification and documentation functionality.
  • Highly extended relabelling functionality to resolve naming conflicts of variants.
  • New Load History Assistant for nonlinear loading history and result definitions.
Overhang angle 3D printing.
  1. New V18 designconstraints such as COG/INERTIA or buckling restriction (LDSCALFAC) are supported as well as design constraint linking.
  2. Support of 3D printing restrictions in TOPO/Freeshape Wizard.
  3. Function evaluation.
  4. Improved smoothing and extended check capabilitites in the Design Wizard.

  • A great variety of arithmetic operations on result combinations is possible (e.g. difference of kinetic and strain energy density). Each single column may be used as operand. All PERMAS functions with matching number of input parameters can also be used (e.g. logarithmic function to post-process acoustic levels). Moreover, multiple viewers may be used.
  • The visualization of tensors and principal stress components is colored due to values.
  • Using PYTHON scripting enables standardized post-processing including image and video generation. Model information, images, and videos may be exported to MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.
  • Additional menu to provide functions to check/improve closed 2d (e.g. STL) meshes: like CheckTriaMesh, FixMesh, patch meshing.