February 21, 2022 at 4:22 pmKirankumarSubscriber
I am simulating port injected si engine, what is the minimum specification of laptop required to simulate the process?, because I did my simulation using dual core(Intel) with 4gb ram laptop but my simulation stopping in the midway by showing mpi dead lock error, i think this error is due to low ram availability. Please suggest me how to overcome this problem
Thank youFebruary 22, 2022 at 6:17 amVinayak VipradasAnsys Employee
Minimum Hardware requirements:
Processor(s): Workstation class
4 GB RAM
25 GB hard drive space
Computer must have a physical C:/ÔÇØ drive present
Graphics card and driver: Professional workstation-class 3-D
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April 24, 2022 at 5:49 amjhonibrahamSubscriberAnsys Hardware Requirements:
64-bit Intel or AMD system, running Windows10.
A dedicated NVIDIA GPU card (Quadrorecommended,GeForce supported) basedon the Kepler, Maxwell,Pascal, or Turing architecture. Maxwell 2000 or better is strongly recommended.
At least 4GB of video RAM (8GB recommended) on the GPU.
More than 2 Physical CPU Socketsin a System
Multiple Machines Running in a Cluster
Simultaneous Users on a Machine(Remote or Local)
A minimum of 1TB is recommended for the installation and use of your Ansys software.
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