TAGGED: Discovery AIM, electromagnetics, electronics, thermal
January 25, 2019 at 5:49 amjyou_yazakiSubscriberHi, I have trouble simulating thermoelectronic conduction physics by Discovery SpaceClaim(2019R1). I have learned how to do by video tutorial. Web page: https://discoveryforum.ansys.com/t/80j3nt 7) Thermal Electric Conduction Physics Overview: I set up a similar model and tried to analysis. But I got error message. I want to know how to view detail error message. But I don't know where is it. Could you tell me where is it ?
January 25, 2019 at 6:28 amGaurav SharmaSubscriberJoe yazaki The error/warning messages can be found under "Transcript" tab: You can either scroll through the transcript or you can use "Ctrl+F" and search for any keyword. You may like to search "error" to jump to error message. Alternatively, you can refer the project files at the location where you have saved your model and can refer the error file at ***project_files\dp0\Study\AIM\physics1. The files are by default named as file*.err, and only have the warnings and errors, the model has produced. Best Regards, Gaurav
January 25, 2019 at 8:21 am
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