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Old   March 4, 2013, 07:32
Default 2-way FSI, System Coupling error
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Hello, everybody!
I am trying to perform a 2-way FSI considering a gas compressor blade. So, I linked Transient structural with Fluid flow (Fluent), and connected the setup cells of those with System Coupling.
When I update the Solution cell of the System Coupling I get the following message:
System coupling run completed with errors: the MAPDL beginning time 1 is different from the System Coupling service beginning time 0.

Does anyone can tell what should I do to settle it?
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Old   May 12, 2013, 14:41
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you need to reset the solution cell in the structural analysis (go to the solution--> RMB -->reset data)
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