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Default Unable to import motor losses from maxwell to ANSYS staedy state thermal?
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I am trying to import loads from my Maxwell solution of electric motor to ANSYS Fluent and Steady State Thermal. But both cases, it's showing that simulation launched but solution data is not available. I have determined losses results and total loss field overlays in Maxwell which I want to import for thermal solution. In fluent, the error is showing like below,

"Error: \nError received from C:\Program Files\AnsysEM\AnsysEM19.0\Win64\ansysedt.exe:\nSim ulation launched.Solution data not available.

Error Object: #f"

Can anyone please give me any suggestion how to solve it? I am getting that message for every maxwell solution. I am using both ANSYS Maxwell 19.0 and Workbench 19.0.

Thanks in advance!
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