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Old   October 4, 2018, 04:10
Default Long loading times and unable to run with 4 cores in ANSYS AIM
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Hi there


After having trouble meshing my geometry the way I wanted in Ansys AIM 19.2, I switched to the 19.0 version, which works fine during meshing.


The first problem I encounter, is that when I change the number of processes to 4 instead of the default 2, the solving process will not run. The program gets stuck after initializing the solution.. This was not a problem in the 19.2 version.
I am able to run the simulation using only 2 processes, however, I assume this is slower.


The next problem is encountered when I save and load a project with the results included. Opening a 300Mb project in Ansys AIM 19.0 and 19.2 takes between 8 and 15 minutes. How can this be?


I hope you have some answers, as I am facing a long period of using Ansys AIM.
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