probably you can try with defining Bead as resistor because hyperlynx does not recognise Bead.
Try changing the 'Component Types' selection to all in the rop right, then you should see the bead.
But you shouldn't assign a DC sink model to the bead but define it as a series component since there can be a big voltage drop over them.
(Sometimes it can be necesarry to use a bead with a higher rated current then needed to lower the voltage drop)
To assign the bead as as series component:
- Go to setup → Options → Reference designator mappings and add the refdes used for your beads as 'Ferrite bead' type.
- Then in the assign Power integrity models window go to the supply net Inductors tab
- The bead should be there so enter the DC resistance and hit the assign button.
- Enable the Include attached nets checkbox.
- Go to IC tab and assign the DC sink models to the FPGA pins.