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Unkown error in ansys

    • dioneAssane
      Subscriber
      Hello, nI have a problem with my last step in ANSYS - Solution (Solve). Geometry, Mesh is fine, but I still getting error: n nText: An unknown error occurred during solution. Check the Solver Output on the Solution Information object for possible causes.nAssociation: Project>Model>Static Structural>SolutionnI already tried everything.. nHelp me please. n
    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber
      nIn Workbench, click on the Solution Information folder. The graphics screen will be replaced the the contents of the Solve.out file as long as the Solution Output is selected.nSearch (ctrl-F) the text for the word Error. Reply with what the text before and after that word show.n
    • dioneAssane
      Subscriber
      Hello Peter,nThanks for the answer. If I look at the file.error here is the message I see:n*** ERROR *** CP = 2.312 TIME= 03:49:12n Thermal strain in element 3802 with material 4 has caused the element n to invert. Please check the thermal expansion definition and the n temperature change. nn *** ERROR *** CP = 2.312 TIME= 03:49:12n Thermal strain in element 5389 with material 4 has caused the element n to invert. Please check the thermal expansion definition and the n temperature change. nn *** ERROR *** CP = 2.312 TIME= 03:49:12n Thermal strain in element 3802 with material 4 has caused the element n to invert. Please check the thermal expansion definition and the n temperature change. nn *** ERROR *** CP = 2.312 TIME= 03:49:12n Thermal strain in element 5389 with material 4 has caused the element n to invert. Please check the thermal expansion definition and the n temperature change. nn
    • dioneAssane
      Subscriber
      The matter is if I put the environment temperature and the thermal condition to the same value it works but with results=0 and if I set those two values different it fail. and gives that error message : An unknown error occurred during the resolve operation. Check the resolution output in the Solution object for possible causes.n
    • dioneAssane
      Subscriber
      Here is the project.n
    • Mike Rife
      Ansys Employee
      ArrayAnsys employees are not allowed to download and review models. So please post pictures in-line with text instead. So, let's start with the simplest mistake that has the largest effect. Double check the material definitions. Perhaps post a screen shot of material '4'. It is easy to accidentally miss the - in the exponent of a thermal expansion coefficient i.e. entering something like 1.7E6 instead of 1.7E-6.nMikenn
    • dioneAssane
      Subscriber
      Hello thanks for the answer and sorry i did not know. nhere is the list of my material and I think the material 4 is acier standar.nhere is the datails for that materialn
    • dioneAssane
      Subscriber
      no loguer having that error message when changed the material. But know got this: The preconditioned conjugate gradient solver failed with an error code of 1. Please check for an insufficiently constrained model. Switching to the sparse direct solver may allow this nonlinear analysis to continue beyond this point. nn
    • MahyarA
      Subscriber

      @dioneAssane In Workbench, click on the Solution Information folder. The graphics screen will be replaced the the contents of the Solve.out file as long as the Solution Output is selected.Search (ctrl-F) the text for the word Error. Reply with what the text before and after that word show.https://forum.ansys.com/discussion/26523/why-force-distributed-constraints-do-not-satisfy-compatibility-condition

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    • peteroznewman
      Subscriber
      nUnder Analysis Settings set the Solver to Direct.n
    • muhammad afiq
      Subscriber

      hello, i have a problem with my solution steps in ANSYS. the Text was an unknown error occurred during solution. Check the Solver Output on the Solution Information object for possible causes. AssociationProject>Model>Static Structural>Solution. Help me fix it please.

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