March 13, 2023 at 5:32 amHamid SarhanSubscriber
I am trying to simulate crash impact conditions using GHBMC-50 Model, I have included the impact condition as seprate file. when I do included my boundary contion and run the simulation , I am getting an error messege, "the termination due to out-of-range forces and moment number of nodes having out-of-range". Please any advise to overcome this problem will be really appriciated
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March 14, 2023 at 12:10 amAndreas KoutrasAnsys Employee
Here are some general tips for how to combat instabilities:
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