June 17, 2022 at 11:48 pmshk1048Subscriber*** Warning Bracketing to satisfy mass fraction found constant function values in iteration 17.Bracketing message was "Function is constant". 0 bracketing iterations used.*** Warning Bracketing may have failed due to a mismatch between the desired mass flow (step size) and the mass fraction move limitsBracketing started with a mass fraction of 1 to be compared with a required, final value 1.04. This suggests a mass flow of larger than 0.0358. Maybe the mass flow of 0 was set too small.Either the desired mass flow must be increased or the part mass fraction move limits must be decreased in such a case.If the desired mass flow was decreased by the user then the problem is likely be that the part mass fraction move limits was not decreased by a similar amount.*** Warning The mass flow of 0 was set too small. A value larger than 0.0358 is required. The start mass fraction is 1, while the required mass fraction is 1.04.*** Halting design procedure as converged.
After this error my part has again add all the masses...didnot really understood it!!
June 27, 2022 at 5:13 pmImtiaz GandikotaAnsys EmployeePlease try suggestions recommended in the error. Try to increase mass flow or decrease move limits. This can be done from method panel.computation> projected subgradient > desired mass flow >or multipoint settings > mass fraction move limits.You can restart after making these changes.
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