Even in the simple model the problem is persisting,
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Thank you, I will for sure
Lower quality Mesh is not getting generated
Result is ending with this error in the image attachment
What can be the solution to the error "a general failure has occurred during solution" in ansys explicit dynamics
When the solve is initiated, the checks done before the first cycle can find problems and produce warning or error messages. These are usually related to the material models, the boundary conditions setup, or the restart options. When a General failure error is seen, this usually means there are possible problems with the licensing or the remote solve manager, but it can also signify other problems. Errors or warnings can also be seen during or after the solve. The two primary reasons for a terminated solve are the Energy error exceeded and Time step too small errors. Both of them can mean a variety of problems - meshing, high deformation, incorrectly applied forces, etc. Usually observing the results up to that point or using the erosion or error options to bypass the termination should give an indication of what the problem might be.
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