December 6, 2022 at 5:09 pmWerner BerlinSubscriber
Hello Ansys experts,
my problem is that I would like to use LS-Dyna via Workbench.
I can also drag the container to my main page and do the meshing.
However, when I then go into the LS-Dyna specific analysis settings, I cannot select the solver version. The selection remains at Program Controlled. The yellow background indicating that input etc. is required remains.
I have reinstalled LS-Dyna several times.
Does anyone know the solution to this problem?
In the videos I have seen so far, no input was required. The program-controlled solver version was sufficient.
I use Ansys version 2021 R2.
December 7, 2022 at 9:53 amRam GopisettiAnsys Employee
HI given that you have LSDYNA licenses it should able to solver directly from the installation, is this an acedamic version ? , can you able to check in the installation dir under win64 to see if you fnd any lsdyna_mpp or smp executables, if its not you may want to look for correct installation , the work around is to run the input file via LS-RUN as it might detect the solvers.
December 7, 2022 at 11:10 amWerner BerlinSubscriber
Thank you very much for your answer.
I use an "ACADEMIC MULTIPHYSICS CAMPUS SOLUTION" licence on a PC with "Microsoft Windows Server 2016 Standard" as operating system.
In the installation directory you can also find executable files related to LS-Dyna (see picture).
In the main page of Workbench under "Help" and "Info on Ansys Workbench" the entry about LS-Dyna also appears (see picture).
I hope the information is helpful
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