December 7, 2020 at 1:21 amNolemSubscriberI'm using the Academic Student 2020 R2 version of ANSYS and I'm following the online course as best as possible but every time I run the solver I get this error shortly after pressing solve.I've already tried reinstalling and restarting the project multiple times but I still get the same error in the same place. I've also tried solutions posted on similar discussions such as deleting/moving the temp folder.nn *** ERROR *** CP = 2.828 TIME= 16:47:40n An unexpected error ( SIG$SEGV ) has occurred... ANSYS internal data n has been corrupted. ANSYS is unable to recover and will terminate. n Previously saved files are unaffected. Please send the data leading n to this operation to your technical support provider, as this will n allow ANSYS, Inc to improve the program. nn Current ANSYS Traceback:n FirstLast n wprint n wbest n wsort3 n slvord n DomainOrder n solvcl n ANSYSn
December 7, 2020 at 11:43 am
December 7, 2020 at 7:10 pmNolemSubscriberSorry I forgot to mention I tried that and it still results in the same error.
December 8, 2020 at 2:08 amNolemSubscriberTurns out the error has something to do with the Academic version of ANSYS. Solved by going into Mesh and changing Element Order from Program Controlled to Linearn
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