November 15, 2023 at 4:17 pmAlvaro DomenechSubscriber
Good afternoon. The other day I did my first fluid simulation in ANSYS and everything worked fine. This 2D simulation came from an .igs file I had created in SolidWorks. When I finished simulating, I saved the Workbench file on my computer, so that I could have it as a template for future analyses of the same characteristics. Today, I changed the name of the .igs file to one that suited me better. Then, I went to run the same simulation from ANSYS, but it gave me an error that the previous .igs file was not found and that I could fix that error by reselecting its location on my PC. After that, I went to check if the mesh was correct. It seemed to be, but just in case, I generated it again. After that, I went to the fluent part. There, when I tried to open it, I got the following error: File "location on my PC\dp0\SYS\MECH\SYS.msh" not found! After that, I tried to delete Fluent from my workbench, to run it again. I followed the steps I had previously followed, but it didn't fix the error.
Can anyone please provide me with some help?
Thanks in advance.
November 16, 2023 at 2:14 pmFederico Alzamora PrevitaliAnsys Employee
It is not recommended to change file names within exisiting Workbench projects as this may corrupt the overall workflow.
Depending on your project, you might have to go back and redo the tasks that were affected by the file name change.
November 26, 2023 at 10:16 amAlvaro DomenechSubscriber
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