February 3, 2022 at 7:29 amcadusSubscriber
I am running transient thermal analysis using moving heat flux when the solver runs, I encounter following errors. Please help!
SPECIFIED SURFACE LOAD HFLU FOR ALL SELECTED ELEMENTS LKEY = 1
VALUES = 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000 0.0000
PARAMETER TM = 0.5000000000E-02
*** WARNING *** CP = 1.391 TIME= 12:20:01
The minimum number of substeps (NSBMN = 10) is greater than the initial
value for the number of substeps (NSBSTP = 1). The NSBMN value is set
USE 1 SUBSTEPS INITIALLY THIS LOAD STEP FOR ALL DEGREES OF FREEDOM
FOR AUTOMATIC TIME STEPPING:
USE 1000 SUBSTEPS AS A MAXIMUM
USE 1 SUBSTEPS AS A MINIMUM
SELECT ALL ENTITIES OF TYPE= ALL AND BELOW
*** NOTE *** CP = 1.422 TIME= 12:20:01
The automatic domain decomposition logic has selected the MESH domain
decomposition method with 2 processes per solution.
***** ANSYS SOLVE COMMAND *****
*** WARNING *** CP = 1.422 TIME= 12:20:01
Element shape checking is currently inactive. Issue SHPP,ON or
SHPP,WARN to reactivate, if desired.
*** NOTE *** CP = 1.484 TIME= 12:20:02
The model data was checked and warning messages were found.February 3, 2022 at 7:33 amcadusSubscriberadditional errors*
Max. Temperature Change=66.90
Property Change Limit=0.05000
*** LOAD STEP8SUBSTEP1COMPLETED.**** ITER =8
*** TIME =0.400000E-01TIME INC =0.500000E-02NEW TRIANG MATRIX
*** RESPONSE EIGENVALUE =2.009OSCILLATION LIMIT = 0.1004E-01
*** WARNING ***CP =12.391TIME= 12:20:17
Parameter VARY_LD already exists.It is deleted and redefined by the
*** WARNING ***CP =12.438TIME= 12:20:17
Material number 5 (used by element 12398) should normally have at least
one MP or one TB type command associated with it.Output of energy by
material may not be available.
*** ANSYS - ENGINEERING ANALYSIS SYSTEMRELEASE 2020 R120.1***
DISTRIBUTED ANSYS Mechanical Enterprise
20120530VERSION=WINDOWS x6412:20:17FEB 03, 2022 CP=12.500
unsaved_project--Transient Thermal (A5)
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