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Licence problem in workbench

    • Tomas129cz
      Subscriber

      I just installed student version 19.0 and started the Workbench and when I imported .stp file and run model, it wrote me this (picture). And geometry wasnt loaded.


       


      I reinstaled it, deleted all, in app data too. Ofcourse I've used the recommended installation steps. Anything helped. I am desperate and please for help.


      Error


    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      Read this discussion.


      If you put your STEP file in a zip file, you can attach it to your post if the zip file size is < 120 MB and I can test it.

    • Tomas129cz
      Subscriber

      I am student from https://www.vutbr.cz/en/ and I am working on project and we must create petrol engine. We are learning on it. So I created piston on Creo and assembled it with piston pin and exported to STEP.


      But I had older version of Ansys and there when I imported this STEP file, all worked normally. But I reinstalled Ansys to newer version and this problem has arisen.


      I just wanted to try, if Ansys will say me, that piston bolts are ok or not.

    • Tomas129cz
      Subscriber

      Lol 7z.....File extension not allowed


      .File size is 37kB :-D


       


      So I will upload STEP file to another server and you can download it by link.


       


      Here. Just click on blue text "sestava_ansys_asm.stp"


      http://leteckaposta.cz/750046196

    • raul.raghav
      Subscriber

      Tom, you can zip the STEP file. You are trying to attach a .7z file which is not supported by the forum. The supported file formats are listed here.


    • Tomas129cz
      Subscriber


    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      Open the Geometry editor, either DesignModeler or SpaceClaim first.


      In DesignModeler, you use File, Import External Geometry File and pick the STEP file


      In SpaceClaim, you Open and pick the STEP file.


       


      I gave you a link in my first comment with this information. Did you read it?


       



      If you are on a Student license, the solver will not run if you have more than 32,000 nodes plus elements. This is near the limit.


       

    • Tomas129cz
      Subscriber

      Wow! Thank you so much! Now it is not a problem. I didnt know that, bacause in the school we didnt need use SpaceClaim first. We just imported it and in previous version of Ansys it was without problem.


       


      So thank you, now it is working! :-)

    • karthikyogi01
      Subscriber

      respected sir am also getting same problem which is shown by tomas129cz please help me 


       


      my model is attached. please find attached file and give the solution 


      am doing simulation in transient structural 


      name of the component in my drive is pin-on-disck_asm.stp  and my drive link is shared below 


      https://drive.google.com/open?id=1W-oRtXpWMiLsjQXcFhL0kd_j2Wj6vE6f


       


      thank you


       

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

       



      Then select the stp file. After it imports, close DesignModeler and double click on Model to see your geometry in Mechanical.

    • milen_D
      Subscriber

      Is this 32000 node limit something new? I keep having issues with it and i dont ever remember having to deal with this last year when i used 18.1 ?

    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber

      It's not new.

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