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August 25, 2022 at 2:58 pmegyvb1Subscriber
I was hoping someone would be able to help me resolve the following error message in Ansys Sherlock, it occurs when I try to run Mechanical Shock and Vibration Analysis.
Error creating FEA result model: Error creating TimeFreqSupportProvider
Sherlock model file does not exist
C:\Users\vince\OneDrive\Desktop\Ansys\Sherlock Sims\Test\odb\modules\MechanicalShock\model.inp does not exist
If anyone knows how to fix this issue that would be very helpful.
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