July 1, 2021 at 3:25 pmhani.sadek_iSubscriber
I am continuing the research on an old project that was done in 2018.
The person who was working on that project was using Ansys 2016, while currently, I am using Ansys 2021.
When I opened the file the first time, it had saved results. when I reran the simulation it showed totally different ones.
are there any settings that I need to change to get similar results to the ones we got in the 2016 model earlier?
The images below show the difference between old and new results:July 7, 2021 at 12:25 pm1shanAnsys EmployeeIf you are receiving different load from maxwell naturally the results would be different in steady state thermal. Could you compare the Maxwell model setup (mesh/analysis settings) in both versions and see if you find any difference. There might be changes done to the automatic mesh generation algorithm in the newer version resulting in a different mesh and hence changed results.
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