May 19, 2022 at 10:47 pmcktohSubscriber
I got an error message "value cannot be null. Parameter name: container", after the following actions:
(1) Duplicating a chain of mechanical models and static structural blocks, from a solved models.
(2) Edit one of the mechanical models (Block E) in DesignModeler (move two bodies to be exact).
(3) Update and re-read upstream data on the duplicated static structural model (Block F).
(4) Got the error "value cannot be null. Parameter name: container"
Attached are the schematics of my workbench and the error message. Block E,G,F are duplicates from Block B,C,D respectively.May 20, 2022 at 6:19 amErik KostsonAnsys EmployeeHi
I would start to delete system F.
Add then a new static and not a copy of system D, and then connect system E and G to it (new static system).
Also read through this that might help:
Assembling External Models and Mechanical Models (ansys.com)
May 20, 2022 at 6:26 amcktohSubscriber
Yes, creating a new system and reconnect it to E&G works, but that would require me to re-assign all the bodies and surfaces in boundary conditions, which is time consuming.
I am trying to avoid that by duplicating the whole chain of blocks. Do you have any further advise on that?
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