December 5, 2022 at 7:05 pmPatrikSubscriber
I have the following APDL command
*get,lsnum,active,,solu,ncmls ! lsnum = LAST CALCULATED LOAD STEP
*if,lsnum,gt,0,then ! IF A RESULT HAS BEEN CALCULATED, THEN ...
how can i find out what is stored in lsnum to determine if the if loop is entered or not?
I am using ANSYS WORKBENCH 2022 R1 ( student version )
thank you in advance
December 5, 2022 at 7:38 pmAnkush ChoudharySubscriber
You can get this information in the solver output file.
December 5, 2022 at 7:54 pmPatrikSubscriber
do i understand it correctly?
this is in my solve.out file
*GET LSNUM FROM ACTI ITEM=SOLU NCML VALUE= 0.00000000
*IF lsnum ( = 0.00000 ) GT
0 ( = 0.00000 ) THEN
LSNUM has the value 0 (LSNUM=0) therefore the if command is bypassed?
is there something like a debug mode where i can see why LSNUM gets the value 0.
or how do you proceed with such problems?
December 5, 2022 at 8:02 pmAnkush ChoudharySubscriber
I can't say much without seeing the model, and we are not allowed to see the model here. However, I am sharing a link below that will help you with this command. This is a good article written by one of our channel partners.
December 6, 2022 at 6:02 pmMike RifeAnsys Employee
Can you post more of the commands object and where it is inserted into the WB Mechanical model tree. The easiest answer, with what has been provided, is the the commands object logic is getting the value prior to solution so there are no solved load steps.
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