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Default Ansys analysis would not start from very beginning
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Help please! I had created an Ansys V12.1 model with 7 loadsteps that had been run once until non-convergence was reached. I had then modified the loadstep details and then run the model again with the Restart option so that it had continued from where it had stopped rather from the very beginning.

Since then, I had made more changes to the model, saved it under a different name and I now want it to run from the very beginning, but the model always runs from one of the middle loadsteps, say loadstep 4. I have checked all the loadstep files and there are no errors. It seems to always refer to an esav file and then continue the analysis based on the esav file. If I delete the esav, the analysis would not begin.

How do I force the model to run from the very beginning? What do I have to turn off? Thanks.
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