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Does anyone know how to solve the "There was an error preparing the run" error in Isight?

Does anyone know how to solve the "There was an error preparing the run" error in Isight?

Does anyone know how to solve the "There was an error preparing the run" error in Isight?

(OP)
I have an Isight workflow which simply includes an optimization tool and an Abaqus component. My abaqus model is a single lap joint which has some pins. Thus, im trying Isight to calculate the maximum force the joint withstands (which i calculate from the odb file with an external python script) for a variable length of the pins.

However, when I run the workflow, i get the errors detailed in the picture.
Has anyone encountered a similar problem before? or has any idea of how to solve this?
Thanks beforehands!


RE: Does anyone know how to solve the "There was an error preparing the run" error in Isight?

(OP)
Yess! Nothing very helpful there, I think.

RE: Does anyone know how to solve the "There was an error preparing the run" error in Isight?

I'd get rid of the spaces in the filename, but doubt that's the issue. I think you've got an abaqus problem, not Insight. Can you run that single run by itself and see if it works? My guess would be that one of your factor levels have created an unstable model. Sorry, I don't do FEA. What does Number of Assembly instances mean?

Cheers

Greg Locock


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