April 26, 2022 at 9:47 pmAmith_Anoop_KumarSubscriber
The fracture parameters computed during solution may be incorrect. Check the Solver Output on the Solution Information object for possible causes.
What's the reason for this warningApril 27, 2022 at 12:48 pmRuturaj GavaliAnsys EmployeeHey !
Check for the following:
A contact might have been created in the region of the crack contours.
A load might have been applied in the region of the crack contours that is not supported in the fracture parameter computation. Try replacing it with aDirect FEload. You can also replace the normal Pressure loads using theApplied Byproperty option,Direct.
Refer this link for more information: Solving a Fracture Analysis (ansys.com)
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April 28, 2022 at 6:55 amAmith_Anoop_KumarSubscriberRespected Sir/Madam I am not able to open these links
Also can you help how to resolve these isssue
A fracture result is specified by time instead of by set. If the time lies between two result sets, no interpolation is performed.Instead, there are two possibilities: (1) if there are no mesh changes, the lower set applies; (2) if there are mesh changes, the closest set applies.
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