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If one uses "Replace method" for *.agdb file Workbench might mark analysis with "Refresh required" sign (user have to re-import geometry into analysis). Also you can use Darg&Drop method to input *.mechdat files into WB project schematic. wrote: >> Ted, >> I've seen this error everytime the IGES part of the CDB is (re)imported >> and corrupts the underlying geometry. >> One other - remote - possibility is Add Thread to del.icio.us Bookmark in Technorati Tweet this thread Login with LinkedIN Or Log In Locally Email or Username Password Remember Me Forgot Password?Register ENGINEERING.com Eng-Tips Forums Tek-Tips Forums

My point is there must be a way to edit the database file to tell it to use the .cas and .dat files, does anyone know how? « Previous Thread The process that invoked fork was: Local host: red14 (PID 23984) MPI_COMM_WORLD rank: 0 If you are *absolutely sure* that your application will successfully and correctly survive a call to fork(), Generally speaking large jobs get distributed over a large number of nodes by the queue. Software | > | Hosted by PADT - www.padtinc.com | > ^---------------------------------------------------- > ------------------------------------------------------------------------ > > > No virus found in this incoming message. > Checked by AVG - http://www.avg.com > http://www.padtinc.com/blog/the-focus/corrupt-ansys-mechanical-database-you-might-be-able-to-recover

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These will be named SYS.mechdb, SYS-1.mechdb, etc. All rights reserved. sched_setaffinity() call failed: Invalid argument Note: Rank = 0: Process affinity not being set Machine is already loaded.

mv libudf libudf-16.2.3 ln -s libudf-16.2.3 libudf Doing so can also be very convenient if you are going to be testing running a simulation with different versions of ansys, therefore you sf0757 . It if continues to be a problem then leave the job running and submit a problem ticket providing output from the 'sqjobs -l jobid' and 'sqjobs -L jobid' commands which will Unable To Start Mechanical Editor Copying a libudf.so created under libudf/win64 using a workstation in a researcher lab will most likely not work and the best solution is to erase the entire libudf and recompile the

Are you still getting the same error ? > > Regards, > Paris Altidis > BELCAN Engineering Group > Adv. Ansys Workbench Unable To Start Geometry Editor Attributes: double-int32-64bit-novc8-noifort-novc6-optimised-su... Use this command where the -n and --mpp shown are arbitrary: sqsub -r 1h -q threaded -n 24 -f xeon --mpp=16G -o ofile.%J fluent Model sample.jou Note that wobbie consists of this page thanks, Ted Janzen Janzen Engineering Winnipeg, MB -- Ted Janzen, P.Eng.

Just drag *.mechdat file (files) from your Explorer window onto white area of WB Project Scheamtic and wait a little (it's a short version of import ;] ) Pingback: Recommendations to The Meshing Editor Does Not Have A Valid License I used the 'anf' option, and let >> Ansys automatically offset the input values, as well as trying to >> manually offset the values prior to importing. >> >> The problem I've deleted & recreated the lines which originally were causing the problem, only to have the same error occur in another portion of the model. It is the property of GE > and shall not be used, disclosed to others or reproduced without > express written consent of GE, including, but not without limitation, > it

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Or do the same in WORKBENCH? > > Good Luck, > > Dan Bohlen > GE Aircraft Engines > 1 Neumann Way, Evendale, OH > M/D E22 513-243-4645 > Dial Comm Continued Issue: CFX Batch Jobs Crash During Startup on Clusters Users may see error messages such as "Error! ***Memory allocation failed for SetUpCoarseGraph: gdata. Ansys Mechanical Editor Does Not Have A Valid License Are you still getting the same error ? > > Regards, > Paris Altidis > BELCAN Engineering Group > Adv. Ansys Unable To Get Prototype Group PS.

The following table gives an example of this point for a small test case where n=2 is shown to be the optimal choice for full runs. I've tried to create the area via lines & keypoints. Assuming the Library Name field said libudf then a library file named libudf/lnamd64/3d/libudf.so should have been created assuming your are working on x86_64 based sharcnet cluster such as orca. If you receive this e-mail in error, please do not read, copy >> > or disseminate it in any manner. > >> If you are not the intended recipient, any disclosure, The Mechanical Database Contains Unlicensed Objects

Attributes: double-int32-64bit-novc8-noifort-novc6-optimised-su... Please reply to the >> message immediately by informing the sender that the message was misdirected. >> After replying, please erase it from your computer system. A solution (at the cost of some increased queue wait time) is to pack ansys jobs onto fewer node than ncores by doing something like "sqsub -n ncores -N ncores/4 -q We are committed to making our customers aware of important bugs and providing corrections or workarounds as rapidly as possible.Best regards,William J.

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I'm trying to simply create a new > area in an existing FEA model, and I get the error message 'lines > cross each other'.

It ran for a couple days and I got a lot of good data, but one of the simulations hung up. The information > contained in this document may also be controlled by the U.S. Attributes: double-int32-64bit-novc8-noifort-novc6-optimised-su... Ansys Student wrote: > >> Ted, >> I've seen this error everytime the IGES part of the CDB is >> (re)imported and corrupts the underlying geometry. >> One other - remote - possibility

Kill the job, reorder the journal file, then resubmit the job Parallel variables... Just brain drizzling here: read it into UG or something, clean it up, and bring it back into Ansys. To "uncorrupt" the file back to a unix compatible format run one of the following commands: dos2unix myfile --- OR --- sed -i '/\r//g' myfile then close the file and finally If this is the case, restart your fluent job in serial mode.

Unauthorized export or >> > re-export is prohibited. > >> >> >> -----Original Message----- >> From: --email address suppressed-- [mailto:--email address suppressed--] On >> Behalf Of Ted Janzen >> Sent: Wednesday, Alex. Slocum - MIT -It is the privilege of knowledge to speak and it is the privilege of wisdom to listen. The solution appears to be removal of all hidden and/or configuration files from your SHARCNET home directory. ****************************************************************************** *** A fatal error has occurred within AnsysWBU.exe and it must be closed...***

Slocum - MIT >> -It is the privilege of knowledge to speak and it is the privilege of >> wisdom to listen. >> Oliver Wendell Holmes >> >> >> >> >> H. I've deleted & > recreated the lines which originally were causing the problem, only to > have the same error occur in another portion of the model. > > > Ted I forgot to mention earlier, that the geometry in question was created by combining 2 existing FEA models by importing a .cdb file.

Unable set unit system for geometry Unable to set generate input file. Note: Rank = 0: Process affinity not being set Machine is already loaded.