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simox 2 January 12, 2011 08:22

Ansys Transient thermal message
 
What's the meaning of this message? :confused:

*** WARNING *** CP = 5.117 TIME= 19:33:29
Element shape checking is currently inactive. Issue SHPP,ON or
SHPP,WARN to reactivate, if desired.

simox 2 January 12, 2011 12:25

ok

13 people that visits the message, and another solution?

please help me

sac January 12, 2011 13:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by simox 2 (Post 290163)
ok

13 people that visits the message, and another solution?

please help me

It means the element shape checking is turned off presumably because the job is coming from workbench which does its own shape checking prior to sending it to the solver.

simox 2 January 12, 2011 13:16

thank you
this means that there is an error message, how can I possibly turn it on?

sac January 12, 2011 18:12

Quote:

Originally Posted by simox 2 (Post 290170)
thank you
this means that there is an error message, how can I possibly turn it on?

No it is simply warning you that the solver is not doing the shape checking because workbench has done it already.

simox 2 January 12, 2011 18:27

perfect, thank you.
I ask you just only the last thing:
when i start the transien thermal analisis the maximum temperature, in the early steps of time, goes above the initial temperature that i have estabilished...it is insignificant!
i think that is possible that i have too penetration between the edges so it's a problem of convergence.
do you know were i can change the penetration parameters of my geometry? only in the original cad file?
I have seen in some forums that there is a command to do it but i don't found it in the ansys mechanical interface!

P.S. i use Ansys Workbench v12

Thank you very much :)


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