April 26, 2023 at 11:11 amAugust TorsæterSubscriber
I am doing blast simulations on a concrete plate, and I have included the binary output keywords PBMFOR and the BLSTFOR, but I can't find them anywhere nor can I see that LS-dyna has written them. Do anyone know where I can find them or why they aren't present?
April 26, 2023 at 2:59 pmAndreas KoutrasAnsys Employee
Hello, all binary output files are located within the binout database. Please try to open binout with LSPP and look for those. Let us know if there are any issues. Thanks.
April 27, 2023 at 2:04 pmAugust TorsæterSubscriber
Thanks, I have tried several options now, but none of them seem to work, they don't appear in the binout database. I define BINARY_BLSTFOR likewise as for the d3plot, but no binary plot is written, only the d3plot.
Is there some additional keywords I need to define or is there some limitation with the student license or solver?
April 27, 2023 at 3:41 pmAugust TorsæterSubscriber
I have now managed to get LS Dyna to make the interface force file PBMFOR by writing "pbm=" in the command line in LS Run, however I find no option in LSPP for opening the file and when I try opening it like a binary plot, LSPP dies.
What can I do, and what is the expression for making the BLSTFOR interface force file when using Load_Blast_Enhanced?
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