January 11, 2023 at 1:24 amArunTejaSubscriber
Dear fellow members,
I tried to run the diesel sector mesh simulation in ANSYS forte by carefully following the instructions from the tutorial manual.
When I tried to run the simulation the following error is coming as
Update failed due to Physics validation errors:
Initial Conditions->Region 1 Initialization (Main)->Velocity->Velocity: Piston Boundary is missing value
I went into Region 1 initializaton section and tried to resolve the error in the piston boundary section (please view in the attached image), I am not sure which one to select as the tutorial manual has not provided information related to this step. Can you please suggest which option I need to select to run the simulation.
January 23, 2023 at 11:27 pmRKAnsys Employee
The error message says that the input value for the boundary is missing. I would suggest to please go over the boundary values from the tutuorial. You can also use the ftsim file for reference.
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