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Time history for the hydropneumatic tank

Dear Sirs,

I'm looking for tool in Hammer which makes the graph on the Figure below. It shows flow during the time in and out from hydropneumatic tank HT. It is taken from the materials from paper of Bentley.

And if my version 8i has this tool, is there an option to see the current volume in the HT?

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  • Hello Boyan,

    You can create these from the Transient Results Viewer. There is a Time History tab. You will need to include report points for elements in your model. This is done in the transient calculation options. You have options to include all elements as report points or a selection of them. This link includes general information on doing this.

    To view results like the volume in a hydropneumatic tank, you can do this with the Extended Node Data tab in the Transient Results Viewer. This feature is available in HAMMER V8i SELECTseries 5 or later. If you have an earlier version, you would need to use the Transient Analysis Detailed Report. The link above includes these steps as well. You will need to include a Report Period in the hydropnematic tank properties to be able to see results in the Extended Node Data tab or the Transient Analysis Detailed Report.

    Regards,

    Scott

    Answer Verified By: Boyan Borisov 

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  • Hello Boyan,

    You can create these from the Transient Results Viewer. There is a Time History tab. You will need to include report points for elements in your model. This is done in the transient calculation options. You have options to include all elements as report points or a selection of them. This link includes general information on doing this.

    To view results like the volume in a hydropneumatic tank, you can do this with the Extended Node Data tab in the Transient Results Viewer. This feature is available in HAMMER V8i SELECTseries 5 or later. If you have an earlier version, you would need to use the Transient Analysis Detailed Report. The link above includes these steps as well. You will need to include a Report Period in the hydropnematic tank properties to be able to see results in the Extended Node Data tab or the Transient Analysis Detailed Report.

    Regards,

    Scott

    Answer Verified By: Boyan Borisov 

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