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missing Adams .res file in Adams Marc Co-Simulation

missing Adams .res file in Adams Marc Co-Simulation

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Hi Adams Users,

Im facing issue in my Adams Marc Co-Simulation.

Im running an example for Adams Marc Cosim. However I did not manage to get Adams .res file as a results of this co-simulation. The only results I obtained is .t16 file from Marc. On my Adams command prompt, it only stated "Handshaking signal received from Glue code" with no further message from Adams. Additionally my ACSI windows got stuck (not responding).

Here is the procedure I used to ran the co-simulation.

1) Read configuration file in ACSI.
2) Start Adams process using Adams command prompt.
3) Start Marc process using windows command prompt after being ask to do so from ACSI and received message of "Handshaking signal received from Glue Code" from Adams command prompt.

Hopefully someone could help me out.

Regards
Syakiq

RE: missing Adams .res file in Adams Marc Co-Simulation

If you are running a tutorial or example and it breaks then it is probably a bad install, or finger trouble. Your MSC support should be able to help. I haven't run a cosim for 10 years, I've never seen Glue.

Cheers

Greg Locock


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